Chapel of the Holy Cross Painting by Terry Cornelius
Chapel of the Holy Cross Painting by Terry Cornelius
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Chapel of the Holy Cross – painting

Characteristics of the Painting “Chapel of the Holy Cross”

Year of creation2022
Dimensions28 W × 40 H × 1 D   cm
Type of artpainting
Materialswatercolor, canvas
inspiration catholic the chapel of the holy cross roman catholic sedona az holy cross art god faith gods art holy art modern roman catholic art church art

Description of the Artwork “Chapel of the Holy Cross”

My inspiration for this painting came from seeing The Chapel of the Holy Cross a very modern Roman Catholic chapel in Sedona, Arizona that is built on the top of a mountain butte. The front of the church is floor-to-ceiling glass and the parish has views of the Sedona valley and red mountains. Watercolor painting on the highest quality 140 lb cold press acid-free 100% cotton fiber on watercolor Canvas paper.

Chapel of the Holy Cross

Terry CorneliusUnited States
Original artwork, 28×40 cm, 2022
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About the artist
Terry Cornelius

Terry Cornelius, United States

Terry Cornelius is a contemporary artist who lives and works in Palm Springs, California. A native of Chicago, Illinois, his vibrant and bold art paintings draw on his experiences as a young child with an active and creative mind. An M.F.A graduate of San Diego State University, Cornelius’ unique watercolor paintings use artistry and emotion that resonates with the beauty of everyday life. Inspired by my imagination and experiences, my contemporary style uses a mix of vibrant and bold watercolors on canvas paper that create a whimsical and moderate art scene showcasing my connection between my art and state of mind. Painting from personal experiences my intent is to connect the viewer to my imagination and thought processes while allowing them to interpret and feel their own connection with my work.

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