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St. Bernard Catholic Church in Billings, Montana hosted an icon painting (writing) class October 11-15, 2010. We painted an icon of the Konevitsa Mother of God during the class of 11 students. It was a wonderful week, and the icons turned out beautiful.
Our fourth icon class was held at the Maryhill Museum in Goldendale, WA September 10-14, 2013. We painted this icon of the Saint John the Forerunner on a 9.5″ x 12″ board. We had a great time and spent time looking at the collection of icons at the museum
In our fifth class in Billings Montana, the twelve participants painted an 11.5" x 14" icon of Saint George the Trophybearer. We had a number of returning students who are a joy to spend time with each year. About half of the students, however, were new to the classes. All did a wonderful job even for a very complex icon.
In our sixth class in Billings Montana, we had 8 students and painted this 10" x 12" icon of the Holy Prophet Elijah being fed by the raven beside the brook in the Cherson Valley.
Our second icon class was held in Billings MT July 25-29, 2011. We painted this icon of Christ on a 10″ x 12″ board. It was another terrific class with a great group of students, and we look forward to another class next year.
Our third icon class was held in Billings MT July 2-6, 2012. We painted this icon of the Archangel Gabriel on a 8″ x 12″ board. We so enjoy making this an annual event to visit with returning students and meet new people!
After a year off from our regular Billings class, we returned August 11-15, 2014 and painted this beautiful icon of Saint Nicholas the Wonderworker. The students are pursuing the creation of an icon painting guild to keep up on their skills between annual classes.
In our first class in Eureka MT, near Glacier National Park, we tackled an ambitious icon of Christ the Good Shepherd with 13 students from across the country. The class was held September 1-5 at Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church.
Our first class right here in Boise ID was a wonderful time painting a 10" x 12" icon of Christ the Lord God Almighty.