Hosanna poster by Tiesa Wesen. Our posters are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All posters include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.
As Jesus entered Jerusalem in a most peaceful nature, signified by his riding on a donkey rather than a horse, the people praised him with the word... more
As Jesus entered Jerusalem in a most peaceful nature, signified by his riding on a donkey rather than a horse, the people praised him with the word Hosanna, signifying their adoration of Him, their praise of Him as the Son of God, and their embrace of Him by the setting down of their cloaks and palm branches from the nearby trees for his path while also waving palms, a recognized symbol of goodness and justice. As the custom at the time was also to wave palms to denote victory to kings, even more so were palms waved with immeasurable joy in welcoming and celebrating the King of Kings, The Much Loved and Awaited Messiah! Although born to a prominent family, Saint Anthony of Padua's heart alight with faith, left all behind to follow Jesus in imitation of His genuine love and respect for the poor and the vulnerable. It was in being volunteered to give a sermon that his pure and truthful heart lit up his words into fire like bright sunshine filtering through a palm, revealing the knowle...
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Our initiation into art is as infinitely individual as we are astonishing in numbers. As each heart and mind conceives its own response to the art
it first encounters, it is from that reflection that our impression of what is artful evolves, an idea that defines our perception of art and guides us to its presence. It is within of our own creativity and in honoring the art of others that we connect to the only true Creator and then naturally realize the miracle of our own emergence and to the art that we, ourselves, are! Through this recognition it becomes apparent that art is absolutely everywhere in this world and that it is continuously born out of our curiosity and fascination, out of great love and dazzle! We and all in our...