St. Dymphna Retablo
Patroness of Mentally Ill, Epileptics and Mental Health Workers
"St. Dymphna, intercede for me at the throne of Divine Mercy. May I know courage in this hour of need and find my way out of my suffering."
Retablos are a devotional folk art form from Mexico and the Southwest US. They are small paintings on wood of Catholic saints and angels. To create these affordable heart-felt paintings of saints, angels and blessings, Lynn Garlick hand carves and paints her original designs on the traditionally used ponderosa pine planks. Then she decoupages high quality prints of her originals onto pine boards, in an old school technique used for the Italian altar screens of medieval Europe.
Size: Pocket - 1 1/2" x 3 1/4"
Made in United States of America
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