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14 Stations of the Cross 14 Stations of the Cross
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Product description: Cunningham has carved three sets of the 14 Stations of the Cross. His first set can be seen at the SFASU Canterbury House in Nacogdoches, Texas. The second set is in Alvin, Texas, at Grace Episcopal Church. The third set is in St. Phillip’s Episcopal Church in Palestine, Texas. In July of 2004, Holy Trinity Church in Esclusham, Wales - England, contacted him to purchase the 14 designs. 23 Woodcarvers of the church carved the 14 stations in two months. Size: 17”by 11” Price: Call or email Wood: blackcherry & available in other woods.
 
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14 Stations of the Cross

Sculpture by Forester-Artist

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  • Product ID#: 4754
  • Dimensions: 11" width x17" height x3" depth
  • Weight: 10 lbs
  • Materials: Wood

Artwork Description: Cunningham has carved three sets of the 14 Stations of the Cross. His first set can be seen at the SFASU Canterbury House in Nacogdoches, Texas. The second set is in Alvin, Texas, at Grace Episcopal Church. The third set is in St. Phillip’s Episcopal Church in Palestine, Texas. In July of 2004, Holy Trinity Church in Esclusham, Wales - England, contacted him to purchase the 14 designs. 23 Woodcarvers of the church carved the 14 stations in two months.
Size: 17”by 11”
Price: Call or email
Wood: blackcherry
& available in other woods.

Internationally known for his unique pen and ink watercolor botanical artwork, Bruce Lyndon Cunningham, titled Forester-Artist. His work is found all over the world. The tree prints and orignals are unique that the tree botanical is framed in the wood of that tree with carvings in the corners and sides of the frame. In 2005, Bruce Lyndon Cunningham was commissioned by the United States Forest Service in Washington D. C. by the Chief Forester to design a painting for the 100th year of the U. S. Forest as a gift to President...read more