SACRED ART IN THE WESTERN TRADITION
Gwyneth Thompson-Briggs is a contemporary sacred artist in the perennial Western tradition. She is dedicated in particular to reviving techniques from the Renaissance and Baroque eras to reveal the glory of God in the midst of today’s ecclesial and civilizational crises. Her art decorates churches, schools, and private homes throughout the Americas and Europe. In 2017 she was asked to create a painting for Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI.
Our Lady of Sorrows
The veiled passion of the Immaculate Heart.
The Paschal mystery: blood, darkness, and light.
St. John Fisher
A holy bishop painted for glory.