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This new painting depicts the Basilica of Saint Benedict of Nursia in its current partially-ruined state, after the earthquakes, enveloped in scaffolding. Fragile. Waiting. Precarious. It has become more poignant in recent months as I increasingly feel our fragility as individuals, a church, a nation. The Latin word for scafrolding or staging is "pulipitum". The metaphor of re-building, of girding up, resonates strongly now. Saint Benedict's Rule is an under-pinning of the Western vision for Christian community life. The scaffolding, too, is precarious to climb and construct, and yet vital for support.
Read more about this painting and the previous painting of the Basilica (as it was before the earthquake) on my blog.
Order prints of the other painting of the Basilica of Norcia (as it was before the earthquakes) HERE.
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