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A Bird Preaches to Francis by Kelly Latimore
Mother of God Protectress of the Oppressed by Kelly Latimore
Marsha P. Johnson by Kelly Latimore
Jean Vanier by Kelly Latimore
Fannie Lou Hamer by Kelly Latimore
The Good Shepherd by Kelly Latimore
Fyodor Dostoevsky by Kelly Latimore
La presentacion de Cristo en el templo by Kelly Latimore
St. Moses the Black by Kelly Latimore
Martin Luther King Jr. by Kelly Latimore
Saint Therese of Lisieux, by Kelly Latimore
Pops Staples by Kelly Latimore
Nicholas Black Elk by Kelly Latimore
Our Lady Of Prompt Succor by Kelly Latimore
Etty Hillesum by Kelly Latimore
Refugees The Holy Family by Kelly Latimore
First Icon, Christ Consider the Lilies by Kelly Latimore
St. Francis and the Novices- panorama by Kelly Latimore
St. Francis and the Novices by Kelly Latimore
John Muir by Kelly Latimore
Julian of Norwich by Kelly Latimore
Maya Angelou by Kelly Latimore
The Trinity by Kelly Latimore
St. Teresa of Avila by Kelly Latimore
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About Kelly Latimore
I started painting Christian icons in 2011 at the suggestion of dear brothers and sisters whom I lived with as a part of the Common Friars from 2009-2013. My brother and fellow farmer Paul Clever often posed the question, “how do we become people who, in Jesus’s words, ‘consider the lilies of the field?
This became the focus of my first icon entitled “Christ: Consider the Lilies.”
Iconography has since become a practice of more considerations: of color and light, of brush stroke and form, of placing myself in the patterns of the old images and yet making new images.
I do not wish to approach Iconography as simply a conviction created by inherited tradition, knowledge and practice but as an art and meditation that brings about new self knowledge for the viewer and myself. I feel the need for new images (new icons). In some icons I wish to embrace the traditional forms but for many icons the forms need re-shaping, re-imagining, and re-wondering.
I was not taught by a traditional Iconographer and I break many rules. However, I simply wish to be someone who ponders these people and stories writ with paint and brush as saunterings of spirituality, craft, and continuation of the ongoing practice of considering lilies.