Every Day Saints Series

May this series expand your view of the Host of Saints.

“Archangel Michael” watercolor ©Sara Drescher -private collection This “punk” angel wears a cross earring and holds a sword which is traditionally Michael’s symbol. His watch is set to the eleventh hour and his halo reads: “Holy Conqueror.” The number 40 on his jersey is a number of testing, cleansing and renewal in the Bible.

“Archangel Michael” watercolor ©Sara Drescher -private collection

This “punk” angel wears a cross earring and holds a sword which is traditionally Michael’s symbol. His watch is set to the eleventh hour and his halo reads: “Holy Conqueror.” The number 40 on his jersey is a number of testing, cleansing and renewal in the Bible.

“Saint 323” watercolor ©Sara Drescher-private collection In this piece, flies represent sin, so a saint must carry a fly swatter! The three on her jersey is a symbol for the Trinity. Her watch is set to the eleventh hour. In her halo are the words: “faith, power and love.”

“Saint 323” watercolor ©Sara Drescher-private collection

In this piece, flies represent sin, so a saint must carry a fly swatter! The three on her jersey is a symbol for the Trinity. Her watch is set to the eleventh hour. In her halo are the words: “faith, power and love.”

“St. Martha” watercolor ©Sara Drescher-private collection This is the sister of Mary and Lazarus who was the fussy housekeeper. Her attribute is the ladle for her work in the kitchen. Also, church history has her traveling to France to kill a dragon with her siblings. Her halo reads: “Sister, Virtue and Home.”

“St. Martha” watercolor ©Sara Drescher-private collection

This is the sister of Mary and Lazarus who was the fussy housekeeper. Her attribute is the ladle for her work in the kitchen. Also, church history has her traveling to France to kill a dragon with her siblings. Her halo reads: “Sister, Virtue and Home.”

“St. George & the Dragon” watercolor ©Sara Drescher-private collection St. George is the legendary dragon-killer. He used the sign of the cross and his sword to vanquish dragons. He is often portrayed as a dashing and handsome knight. This rendering shows him as an ordinary man to show that we all have a dragon-killer within us. His halo reads: “Brave Knight.”

“St. George & the Dragon” watercolor ©Sara Drescher-private collection

St. George is the legendary dragon-killer. He used the sign of the cross and his sword to vanquish dragons. He is often portrayed as a dashing and handsome knight. This rendering shows him as an ordinary man to show that we all have a dragon-killer within us. His halo reads: “Brave Knight.”

“St. Sebastian” watercolor ©Sara Drescher Tradition has this youth portrayed tied to a tree and shot with arrows. This is a more comedic rendition. His halo reads: “Death Conqueror.”

“St. Sebastian” watercolor ©Sara Drescher

Tradition has this youth portrayed tied to a tree and shot with arrows. This is a more comedic rendition. His halo reads: “Death Conqueror.”