Why “Glued Icons”? Because these started off as icons I painted over the course of a two-year period in the nineteen nineties. A few weeks ago, preparing for yet another move, I started playing with them, doing glued overlays with various types of papers. All of them are as much in transition as I am myself. Here they are in their present state. (Apologies for the glare on some of them: lighting conditions are not ideal).
“Pennies from Heaven” by R.L. Bourges
“Anybody see the Christ in Victory?” – “He went that-a-way” by R.L. Bourges
“Saint Simeon the Stylite, Working on his Concentration” by R.L. Bourges
“Tachyon Disortion – or: Wait. Were those Tongues of Fire? Falling from Heaven?” by R.L. Bourges
“Pre-Christmas Saint Nicolas (under wraps)” by R.L. Bourges