Feet of Christ Series

“During the fourth watch of the night Jesus went out to them, walking on the lake.” Mt.14:29

This series is influenced by the Art Nouveau style.
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“Ascension” watercolor ©Sara Drescher This piece portrays Christ’s ascension into heaven after He rose from the dead. The hand at the top is the Hand of God guiding His son to heaven. The apple refers to the fall of man and the completion of what started in Eden. The pear is a symbol of the incarnation of Christ. The birds symbolize winged souls. The crocuses are symbols of the Resurrection.

“Ascension” watercolor ©Sara Drescher

This piece portrays Christ’s ascension into heaven after He rose from the dead. The hand at the top is the Hand of God guiding His son to heaven. The apple refers to the fall of man and the completion of what started in Eden. The pear is a symbol of the incarnation of Christ. The birds symbolize winged souls. The crocuses are symbols of the Resurrection.

“Crucifixion” watercolor ©Sara Drescher piece refers to the sacrifice of Christ on the cross. The apple refers to the fall of man and the completion of what was started in Eden. The pelican is a symbol for Christ because, according to legend, it will feed its young its own blood to save them. The tree is a reference to the Tree of Life and to the tree of the cross. The thorns refer to His crown of thorns. The dandelion and the thistle are both symbols of the Passion of Christ.

“Crucifixion” watercolor ©Sara Drescher

piece refers to the sacrifice of Christ on the cross. The apple refers to the fall of man and the completion of what was started in Eden. The pelican is a symbol for Christ because, according to legend, it will feed its young its own blood to save them. The tree is a reference to the Tree of Life and to the tree of the cross. The thorns refer to His crown of thorns. The dandelion and the thistle are both symbols of the Passion of Christ.

“Walking on Water” watercolor ©Sara Drescher This piece references the miracle of Christ walking on water. His feet tread on the water as it parts to make way for His path. The fish is a symbol of Christ and the disciples panic in the storm at the bottom of the piece. The anchor is a symbol of Christ as our hope.

“Walking on Water” watercolor ©Sara Drescher

This piece references the miracle of Christ walking on water. His feet tread on the water as it parts to make way for His path. The fish is a symbol of Christ and the disciples panic in the storm at the bottom of the piece. The anchor is a symbol of Christ as our hope.

“Coming” watercolor ©Sara Drescher This is the final piece of the Feet of Christ series.  The skies are bright with dawn as Christ describes Himself in Revelation 22:16 as the Bright and Morning Star.  His feet walk upon a cloud-like surface, “Look, He is coming with the clouds and every eye will see Him.”(Revelation 1:7)  Hidden in the design are the Greek letters Alpha and Omega from verse 8 that says, “I am the Alpha and Omega’ says the Lord God, “ who was, who is, and who is to come, the Almighty.”  In verse 15 His feet are “like bronze glowing in a furnace.”  In the Alpha symbol are seven stars describes as being in Christ’s right hand.  In the Omega, is the double edged sword coming out of His mouth.  His face is shining like the sun and that is referenced by the flames at the top of the design (v.16). Just below the sword are two keys.  They are similar, yet different.  They are the keys of Death and Hades which Christ holds in verse 18.  The Bride of Christ, His body of believers, awaits Him on his right side.

“Coming” watercolor ©Sara Drescher

This is the final piece of the Feet of Christ series.  The skies are bright with dawn as Christ describes Himself in Revelation 22:16 as the Bright and Morning Star.  His feet walk upon a cloud-like surface, “Look, He is coming with the clouds and every eye will see Him.”(Revelation 1:7)  Hidden in the design are the Greek letters Alpha and Omega from verse 8 that says, “I am the Alpha and Omega’ says the Lord God, “ who was, who is, and who is to come, the Almighty.”  In verse 15 His feet are “like bronze glowing in a furnace.”  In the Alpha symbol are seven stars describes as being in Christ’s right hand.  In the Omega, is the double edged sword coming out of His mouth.  His face is shining like the sun and that is referenced by the flames at the top of the design (v.16). Just below the sword are two keys.  They are similar, yet different.  They are the keys of Death and Hades which Christ holds in verse 18.  The Bride of Christ, His body of believers, awaits Him on his right side.