The Burning Bush, Icon of the Lilies of the Field, and What Is It Like? by Elizabeth Wrightman

There’s a kind of visual poetry in Elizabeth Wrightman’s paintings—swatches of color, commentary, deep emotion, engagement. Sometimes this engagement is word with image, sometimes object and color with design. As they unfold, each scene—the burning bush, Jesus’ teaching on the lilies of the fields, the parable of the lost coin—seems given to us anew. Its recognizable elements unfold through new layers.