CUSTOM PARISHIONER MURALS
We want you, the parishioners, to be our art models!
BEHOLD THE MAN, 2013
Custom Murals Of Beloved Deceased Family And Friends
Now you can commission the ultimate tribute in honor of loved ones that have passed on. Now their likenesses and memory can live on forever in the custom murals and works of fine art in any parish!
"One of my most vivid memories as a child in the 1970’s was how much my brother resembled Jesus. From an artistic point of view, I always thought he would make the perfect model for Jesus. This is my gift, a way of honoring my brother’s free and unique spirit. I miss you
Joseph, brother of Jesus Model
SAINTE JEANNE D'ARC LA PUCELLE D'ORLEANS, 2012
Custom Murals Using Actual Church Parishioners As Our Models
Now you, your family, and friends can be permanently immortalized in the custom murals and works of fine art of your own parish forever!
"My parents gave me the most unique and special birthday present of my life! It was amazing to be the model for Joan of Arc. I had so much fun working with the artists of Renaissance Restoration Studios Inc. This was an experience I will cherish my entire life and a gift that lasts forever.
Victoria, Joan of Arc Model
OUR TECHNIQUE CONSISTS OF THREE SIMPLE STEPS: (1) CONCEPT, (2) EXECUTION, (3) INSTALLATION
1. Concept: As pastor or parishoner you may choose the desired artistic subject for your church or we may collaborate to establish the best and most appropriate imagery that harmonizes with your church’s architecture and color scheme.
2. Execution: The talented artists of Renaissance Restoration Studios Inc. will take your ideas and create magnificent concept designs and detailed sketches for you to fully visualize the project bringing your ideas to life. As pastor if you are using this unique service as a fundrasing tool for your parish, you will present the concepts and designs to your congregation establishing the support of enthusiastic parishioners who wish to be involved and artistically represented in the project.
3. Installation: The desired artistic composition is finalized and approved and we professionally photograph all the parishioner models participating in the project. We work in conjunction with several professional hair and make-up stylists who can prepare all the principal parishioner models to look their very best for the photography shoots. The talented artists of Renaissance Restoration Studios Inc. work meticulously preparing the final mural or artwork in our studios and then professionaly install the finished mural or work of art in the church.
JEAN RAYMOND HIPPOLYTE LAZERGES 1869
19th CENTURY DRAWING & FRAME RECONSTRUCTION
11th Station of the Cross
Jesus is nailed to the cross
La Sainte Face au Chemin de la Croix
Stations of the cross X (10) and XIII (13) pictued below on the left and right are original Jean Raymond Hippolyte Lazerges works of art. Station of the Cross XI (11) in the middle is the Renaissance Restoration Studio Inc. recreation.
Renaissance Restoration Studios Inc. was commissioned to replicate the 11th Station of the Cross (Jesus is nailed to the cross) by 19th Century French artist Jean Raymond Hippolyte Lazerges. The original artwork was stolen from a private collection and the art coinsure commissioned us to recreate the drawing and frame exactly to match seamlessly with the rest of the set “La Sainte Face au Chemin de la Croix”. Although the piece is small, a tremendous amount of research and effort went into this 21st Century recreation. Renaissance Restoration Studios Inc. team of artisans, which included: historic researchers, draftsmen, woodworkers, faux finishers, framers, and guilders all contributed to make an undetectable copy of the Lazerges artwork. Only period materials and tools were used creating unparalleled authenticity. Renaissance Restoration Studios Inc. artwork recreations are so accurate that company policy dictates all artistic replicas produced in our workshop must bare unique security watermarks. These measures are visible only to trained experts so future art historians and museum curators will know it is not an original Jean Raymond Hippolyte Lazerges.