Icons, the Gospel in Light and Color

2 03 2010

Wheaton Alumnus and Iconographer, Lynette Hull, will be coming to speak on  March 18th at 4:30pm.

Lynette Hull is an American iconographer trained in the methods of fifteenth century Russian-Byzantine iconology. Since 2002, she has studied under master iconographer Vladislav Adrejev, founder of the Prosopon School of iconology. The Prosopon school, while committed to preserving the creative techniques and methods of antiquity, promotes the incarnation of the principles of the painting experience into all aspects of oneʼs life. Lynette graduated from Wheaton College with a BA in literature in 1985. Her
home and studio are in Princeton NJ.
In keeping with the three stages of spiritual progress expressed by St. Maximus the Confessor; “Praxis, Theory, and Theology,”
Lynette will cover icon-writing in practice and technique, historical and theoretical context, and spiritual symbolism.




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