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Sketch for Stations of the Cross at Indian River Catholic Shrine

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Charcoal on paper
11" x 8.5"

In 1946, the archdiocese of Grand Rapids, Michigan opened a new church in the Indian River area of northern Michigan. Although the local congregation consisted of only twelve families, the Diocese recognized the need to service the large number of Catholics who vacationed in the region during the summer months.…

Sketch for "Christ on the Cross" site

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Graphite on tracing paper
9" x 11.75"

In 1946, the archdiocese of Grand Rapids, Michigan opened a new church in the Indian River area of northern Michigan. Although the local congregation consisted of only twelve families, the Diocese recognized the need to service the large number of Catholics who vacationed in the region during the summer…

Sketch for "Christ on the Cross"

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Graphite on tracing paper
9" x 11.75"

In 1946, the archdiocese of Grand Rapids, Michigan opened a new church in the Indian River area of northern Michigan. Although the local congregation consisted of only twelve families, the Diocese recognized the need to service the large number of Catholics who vacationed in the region during the summer…

Sketch for "Christ on the Cross" site

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Graphite on tracing paper
10.75" x 7"

In 1946, the archdiocese of Grand Rapids, Michigan opened a new church in the Indian River area of northern Michigan. Although the local congregation consisted of only twelve families, the Diocese recognized the need to service the large number of Catholics who vacationed in the region during the summer…

Sketch for "Christ on the Cross" site

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Graphite on paper
11" x 8.5"

In 1946, the archdiocese of Grand Rapids, Michigan opened a new church in the Indian River area of northern Michigan. Although the local congregation consisted of only twelve families, the Diocese recognized the need to service the large number of Catholics who vacationed in the region during the summer months.…

Sepia print of presentation drawing for "Christ on the Cross"

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Sepia print
32.5" x 25.25"

In 1946, the archdiocese of Grand Rapids, Michigan opened a new church in the Indian River area of northern Michigan. Although the local congregation consisted of only twelve families, the Diocese recognized the need to service the large number of Catholics who vacationed in the region during the summer months.…

Sketch for "Christ on the Cross"

1998_001_VIII_106.jpg
Graphite on tracing paper
13.75" x 16.5"

In 1946, the archdiocese of Grand Rapids, Michigan opened a new church in the Indian River area of northern Michigan. Although the local congregation consisted of only twelve families, the Diocese recognized the need to service the large number of Catholics who vacationed in the region during the summer…

Sepia print of presentation drawing for "Christ on the Cross"

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Sepia print
36" x 27.75"

In 1946, the archdiocese of Grand Rapids, Michigan opened a new church in the Indian River area of northern Michigan. Although the local congregation consisted of only twelve families, the Diocese recognized the need to service the large number of Catholics who vacationed in the region during the summer months.…

Study of site plan for "Christ on the Cross"

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Colored pencil and graphite on tracing paper
24.5" x 24.5"

In 1946, the archdiocese of Grand Rapids, Michigan opened a new church in the Indian River area of northern Michigan. Although the local congregation consisted of only twelve families, the Diocese recognized the need to service the large number of Catholics who vacationed in the region…

Presentation drawing for "Christ on the Cross"

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Oil pencil on construction paper
10.25" x 9"

In 1946, the archdiocese of Grand Rapids, Michigan opened a new church in the Indian River area of northern Michigan. Although the local congregation consisted of only twelve families, the Diocese recognized the need to service the large number of Catholics who vacationed in the region during the…