Monica’s Christian Cross Drawings are imaginative interpretations of the age old Christian icon. According to Wikipedia, The shape of the cross, as represented by the letter [ t ], came to be used as a “seal” or symbol of early Christianity by the 2nd century. Monica explores various types of crosses in this series including the Santiago Cross which interestingly is also known as the Cross of St. James. While some of her cross drawings are historical, others are simply interesting designs that she came up with. These giclee reproductions utilizing permanent inks on museum etching fine art paper are matted and ready to frame. The 5×7 prints are delivered in 8×10 matts. The 8×10 prints are delivered in 11×14 matts. Since the sizes of 5×7 and 8×10 inches are fairly small, Monica forsees displaying them in collages or groupings. Frames should chosen such that the display compliments the decor of the room in which they are displayed.

jewel toned cross