Mother of Perpetual Help Tile-My original was oil on wood panel as a commission, this is a photo-copy on a 6" x8"  ceramic tile.  I was pleased with the soft effects of the tile.  This can be used on an easel as decorative art or incorporated into a wall or in a nicho.  $59.00

St. Therese of Lisieux Tile: from my original oil on wood panel, professionally and beautifully transferred onto a ceramic tile w/matte finish. The finished tile is 6" x 8" and can be put on a display easel or incorporated into a wall as a tile.  This finish is resistant to abrasions, and lends a soft, fine art look to images.
Carmelite nun 1873-1897 and canonized in 1925.  $59.00

Saint Dominick Tile: from my original oil on wood panel is beautifully and professionally transferred to a 6" x 8" ceramic tile. The matte  finish is resistant to abrasions, and lends a soft, fine art look to images.

In 1191, a famine left many people desolate and homeless across Spain. Dominic sold everything he had, including his furniture and clothes and bought food for the poor. When he sold his manuscripts, required for study, he replied, "Would you have me study from these dead skins when people are dying of hunger?  $59.00

St Margaret of Scotland Tile:  from original oil on wood panel, professionally and beautifully transferred to a 6" x 8" ceramic tile with matte finish

Malcolm Canmore III, the king of Scotland married Margaret in 1070.
Together, they had eight children, six sons and two daughters. All of whom were raised with deep Catholic Christian faith. They lived as a holy family. Margaret's kind-nature and good heart was a strong influence on Malcolm's reign. Together they prayed, fed the hungry, and offered a powerful example of living faith in action. $59.00

Saint Clare Tile: Italian saint and one of the first followers of Saint Francis of Assisi. She founded the Order of Poor Ladies, a monastic religious order for women in the Franciscan tradition, and wrote their Rule of Life, the first set of monastic guidelines known to have been written by a woman. Following her death, the order she founded was renamed in her honor as the Order of Saint Clare, commonly referred to today as the Poor Clare. $59.00

The Black Madonna Revisited Tile: from original oil on wood panel, professionally and beautifully transferred to a 6" x 8" ceramic tile with matte finish. $59.00

Saint Fancis Cabrini Tile -from my original oil on wood panel, professionally and beautifully transferred onto a ceramic tile w/matte finish. The finished tile is 6" x 8" and can be put on a display easel or incorporated into a wall as a tile.  This finish is resistant to abrasions, and lends a soft, fine art look to images.  $59.00 

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