River bank with ghosts.
Reveal. IPad mashup process.
Mashing around. Ipad drawing and collage.
5 yards of cotton sateen? Playing around with iPad designs for fabric.
The Way of the Cross is not a museum piece, belonging in the past, 2000 years ago, but a continuing story of human brutality and human suffering repeated time and again every day.
We are all participants – victims, perpetrators, observers, rescuers – at different times.
number 1: condemned
number 2: burdened
number 3: stumbling
number 4: His Mother
number 5: the burden is shared
number 6: lovingly attended
number 7: crashing
number 8: the women of Jerusalem
number 9: falling
number 10: stripped, beaten, reviled
number 11: tortured, suffering and rejected
number 12: executed
number 13: lamented
number 14: buried