'Remember Me' by Todd-Daniels | Woodsong Institute

‘Remember Me’

Outside the gates of Jerusalem is a place that resembles a skull called Golgotha, a huge stone outcropping or possibly an ancient quarry wall. Alhough there is a church occupying a different site, many feel this location could have been where Jesus was crucified. The area was long used as a killing field, a place of stoning… perhaps even Stephen. The painting was painfully slow and stubborn, a year to finish. Jesus said to the thief after he begged to be remembered, Today shall you be with me in paradise. [Lk. 23:43]

Availability: as an ART Print  (what’s that?)
Dimensions: 21.5″ x 16″


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Now on exhibit at the Sacred Art Center at the Great Passion Play in Eureka Springs, Ark.

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Note: Color retention in all print processes is dependent upon light conditions. Direct sunlight fades all printing inks.

The Original Art

‘Remember Me'  •  48 x 36 original oil painting  •  2001  •  © Marilyn Todd-Daniels