About the Book
The icons in this collection were painted by the hand of iconographer Matthew Garrett. They are arranged in order of the liturgical year and are accompanied by short lives of the saints and prayers.
Features & Details
- Category Religion & Spirituality
Standard Portrait, 7.75×9.75 in, 20×25 cm
- Publish Date Jul 08, 2011
- Tags Matthew Garrett, Sacred Art, Religious Art, Christian Art, Mother of God, Virgin Mary, Bodiless Powers, icon, ikon, icons, ikons, iconography, ikonography, iconographer, ikonographer, Christian, Christianity, Orthodox, Orthodoxy, Catholic, Apostolic, Church, Lord, God, Savior, Saviour, Jesus, Christ, Trinity, Theotokos, Panagia, Saint, Saints, Holy, Prophet, Apostle, Cross, Crucifix, Crucifixion, Angel, Archangel, Forerunner, Martyr, Fathers, Ascetic, Monastic, Monk, Nun, Monasticism, Monastery, Hierarch, Bishop, Priest, Deacon, Hymnographer, Righteous, liturgical, prayer
At 14 years old, having expressed interest in learning to paint icons, Matthew's father arranged for him to spend the summer of 1991 working at the St. John of Damascus Icon Studio. Matthew worked in the studio while completing his education. Matthew has developed a distinctive style which combines elements of Greek, Cretan, and Russian iconography. In addition to painting for Churches and individuals, he has exhibited his work, given lectures on icons, and teaches icon painting workshops. Matthew has served as a chanter, Church School Teacher, Parish Council Member and Parish Council Chairman. In 2009, Matthew moved to Boise, ID to marry his wife Lisa. His wedding gift to her was a set of hand-painted icons for the iconostasis of their mission parish. On their one year anniversary, he donated a Pantocrator for the ceiling of the parish. He and his wife, are members in good standing of St. Seraphim of Sarov Orthodox Church (ROCOR) in Boise.