John Paul II, created at Saint Catherine of Siena High School

February 2nd, 2017 Posted in Blog:

This inspirational artwork was created by the Art Campers at Saint Catherine of Siena Academy High School in Wixom, Michigan.

The students worked together as a group to design the image, create the painted paper, and piece the paper into the design.

During the Art Camp, the young ladies also created their own works and framed painted paper mosaics to take home.

The original Saint JPII image artwork sold at the school’s annual Benefit Gala, A Night In Siena, all proceeds to benefit the school. The school’s executive director, Marita Ladosenszky, receives the original artwork for the auction.

This framed print which now resides in the hallways of the recently renovated Ave Maria Press offices. Send me a photo of your print or original artwork where it resides!

Saint John Paul II “connected” with the young people, and the young people demonstrated their love for him in return. The Art Campers at Saint Catherine of Sienna Academy high school did a fabulous job of creating this image of our saint who established the first World Youth day. Saint John Paul II, pray for us!