Fr. John Domin
1923 - 2017
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Madonna and Child, carved in 1977-78 from Eastern Maple and is four feet in diameter and five inches deep.
Madonna and Child, 20" wide by 32" high by 9" deep, was carved from walnut in 1966.
The Holy Family relief was carved from Eastern Maple and measures four feet seven and half inches square by two inches deep.
The Luminous Mysteries of the Rosary bronze reliefs were carved in 2006. The reliefs measure 18" by 18" by 2 1/2" deep.
The doors, at the entrance of the church at Our Lady of Guadalupe Trappist Abbey in Lafayette, OR, measure 2' 1 1/2" wide by 5' 6 1/2" high and 1 1/8" deep, and are carved on Oregon white oak, 2007. There is a view of the interior of the church. J. David Richen is the architect.
Two of these Oregon white oak doors, carved in 2007, contain a grape and wheat design, the other two have St. Benedict and St. Bernard. J. David Richen is the architect of the church.
The doors are at the entrance of the church at Our Lady of Guadalupe Trappist Abbey in Lafayette, OR. J. David Richen is the architect of the entire project.
The Joyful Mysteries of the Rosary sculptures were carved in 1989. Four of the reliefs measure 18" by 18" by 2 1/2" deep. The center panel is 18" by 27 inches. The five bronze reliefs are on the upper level of The Grotto in Portland, OR, in the Marguerite M. Casey Peace Garden of the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Sorrows. Other editions of carvings from the Mysteries of the Rosary can be see at St. Stephen Episcopal Church, Longview, WA; Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Sacramento, CA; and St. John Medical Center, Longview, WA. They are in two private collections as well.
The Crucifix, carved in 1989, in the center of these bronze reliefs measures 42" high by
1 3/4" inches deep inches. The arms are 33" long by 6" deep. The sculptures depict the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary.
Five bronze reliefs, the Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary, were carved in 1989. Four of the reliefs measure 18" by 18" by 2 1/2" deep. The center panel is 18" by 27 inches.
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