Jerry Mazur-DiFalco created this original, one of a kind mixed media work while suffering from the extreme pain of spinal deformity and full body arthritis. It depicts the unending and throbbing pain of chaos via the image of a reference to Veronica’s Veil. This veil relates to the crucifixion of Christ, when a woman named Veronica wipe the blood from Jesus’ faceconsequently, an image of his face is transferred to her veil. The media include tarlatan, blotter paper, RivesBFK cream paper, gloss acrylic gels, and colored etching inks from Paris. The overall size is about fifteen inches wide by twenty-two inches high. In order to keep the price low and give the collector a wide rage of framing choices, the artwork ships without a mat of frame. It ships between two archival papers and boards, wrapped in a weather proofing plastic. Shipment box and bubble wraps are included along with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Pain, Way Of The Cross, Veronica, Veil, New Media, Original Printmaking, Christian Printmaking