“New York’s Answer to the Sistine Chapel” …

... I like stories like this. Stories of beauty and churches made to look the way they are supposed to. If it's a story about iconography, even better.'It's not like Rembrandt. It's other worldly,' Father Leoniet Charlancow, a Rasifer monk at the Holy Trinity Monastery Icon Studio in central New York, said of the traditional style. 'It's supposed to transport you to another dimension, Heaven.'When you step into a church, a holy place, it's supposed to represent something divine. Not a … [Read more...]