Fabric Mosaic Art

  • St Irene of Hungary, Empress of Byzantium
  • Holy Women, Holy Men
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  • Empress Theodora, fabric mosaic


Salt of the Earth 2015 – 2016 A Christian Seasons Calendar

University Hill Congregation’s 2015-16 liturgical calendar.

Presenting Lux Mundi, by RemnantWorks in the Season After Pentecost.

Pentecost 4Pentecost 4 calendar

To view additional calendar pages and information on placing an order please visit:  Salt of the Earth: A Christian Seasons Calendar.  

Empress Irene of Byzantium

St. Irene of Hungary, Empress Irene Piroska

fabric mosaic

St Irene of Hungary, Empress of Byzantium

©2013 RemnantWorks/Kerri Jones – All Rights Reserved

Our Lady of Dong Lu

 Our Lady of Dong Lu – fabric mosaic

Zhōnghuá Shèngmǔ, Blessed Virgin Mary 

  Our Lady of Dong Lu, 中华圣母,中華聖母, fabric mosaic was inspired by an officially sanctioned painting of Our Lady of She-Shan which was created in the early 20th century.  This mosaic commemorates the Marian apparition which occurred in 1900 in DongLu, China.  It is meant to honor the story of hope and deliverance which is a source of inspiration to millions.

Our Lady of China

24 1/4″ x 29 1/8

Prints available at Imagekind

©2013 RemnantWorks/Kerri Jones – All Rights Reserved

ECVA’s “Holy Women, Holy Men”

National Recognition of Fabric Mosaic Sacred Art

Holy Women, Holy Men

Hildegard of Bingen exhibited in Episcopal Church USA, national juried art show, March 25, 2013.
ECVA’s Eastertide exhibit, Holy Women, Holy Men is a ‘representation through the visual arts of mystics,  radicals and revolutionaries who serve as bridges to the One who is the light.’                Bro. Karekin M. Yarian, BSG, Curator

Hildegard of Bingen, Holy Women, Holy Men ECVA Exhibit

Hildegard of Bingen

Fabric Mosaic

Medieval visionary, theologian, musician,  dramatist,

 poet, Benedictine abbess, saint and  Doctor of the Church.


Her colorful stained glass-like aura represents her many and varied talents.

Hildegard of Bingen with border

Full size with border 28” x 24 3/4”

Work highlighted in recent Catholic Sentinel article

Available for purchase at Imagekind

©2013 RemnantWorks/Kerri Jones – All Rights Reserved

Empress Theodora

Empress Theodora

Inspired by mosaic in the 6th century Basilica of San Vitale, Ravenna.

Empress of the Roman/Byzantine Empire and one of the most powerful women in history.

Empress Theodora cropped

Theodora, a symbol of the power and glory of western civilization framed within the softly scalloped edges of eastern arches.This points to the exotic and complex blend of western and eastern influences which shaped the Byzantine Empire.

Empress Theodora – art video

Theodora with border

Full size with border 28” x 31”

Available for purchase at Imagekind

©2012 RemnantWorks/Kerri Jones – All Rights Reserved


ECVA’s “Mary, Mother Of Our Tribe”

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National Recognition of Fabric Mosaic Marian Art

Golden Intercessor exhibited in Episcopal Church USA, national juried art show, December, 2012.
ECVA’s  beautiful seasonal exhibit, Mary, Mother Of Our Tribe  is a ‘telling and re-telling of the story of Mary’ through the visual arts.

Above is a screen shot of the beautiful mosaic of images produced by artists from around the country.  With Advent upon us and Mary’s central role in the Christmas story, it is impossible to view this exhibit without contemplating the power of faith in our world.

Golden Intercessor- fabric mosaic

Golden Intercessor- fabric mosaic

by Kerri Jones

The icon, Our Lady of Tsarkoe Selo, modeled after an ancient Byzantine icon, inspired this work.  Traditionally created icons, being representations of sacred personages, are written following strict rules of color usage and postures depicting various religious significances. They are used as objects of veneration and aids to meditation in some Christian traditions.   My fabric mosaic is intended to be contemporary and iconic in nature (without conforming to a prescribed set of rules) and is intended to assist the viewer in spiritual contemplation of the salvific role of Mary.

All images used in this exhibition retain the copyright of the individual ARTIST with ALL RIGHTS RESERVED for the ARTIST. DO NOT use any image from this exhibition unless you receive express permission to do so from the ARTIST. Click on the “PROFILE” graphic/button which provides a link to contact information for the ARTIST whose work is shown above.


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