Donald Jackson, Artistic Director and Illuminator with Susan Sink
Details: 9 3/4 x 15
Publication Date: 02/01/2012
Delve into the beauty and splendor of The Saint John's Bible, the first handwritten, hand-illuminated Bible commissioned by a Benedictine Abbey in over 500 years. You can experience the beauty of the Bible with your very own set of full-color, page-by-page reproduction volumes.
When you purchase all seven reproduction volumes of The Saint John's Bible together, you receive a substantial discount, and for a limited time, free standard shipping*.
This unique gift set also includes The Art of The Saint's John's Bible: The Complete Reader's Guide by Susan Sink as an added bonus. In the Reader's Guide, Sink makes connections between recurring images and motifs throughout the work and reflects on the images with a view to the whole, expanding the experience of all who spend time with this magnificent project. This special set is an extraordinary addition to anyone's library, and a treasure that readers will return to again and again to explore, reflect, or pray.
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Donald Jackson is one of the world's leading calligraphers and the artistic director and illuminator of The Saint John's Bible. He is a Senior Illuminator to the Queen of England's Crown Office and is an elected Fellow and past Chairman of the prestigious Society of Scribes and Illuminators. His 30-year retrospective exhibition, Painting with Words, premiered at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in August, 1988 and traveled to 13 museums and galleries.
Susan Sink is a poet and writer living on eighty acres in St. Joseph, Minnesota. She is the author of a book of poems, The Way of All the Earth, and Habits, a collection of one-hundred-word stories. Her work has been published in national literary magazines, including Poetry, Chicago Review, Santa Monica Review, and Spoon River Poetry Review. She is an oblate of Saint John's Abbey.