Biblical themes

Design white liturgical vestments

Concept - symbolism - planned implementation of the designs.

In the white, light-filled interior of the cathedral, paraments provide a visual accent during the liturgy; however, at the same time, they are to be balanced and calmly in keeping with the spirit of the room, and their design is to be in harmony with this spirit.

A fabric made of natural silk is planned as the basis of the artistic design: Starting from natural white silk, the inclusion of linen-colored silk creates a slight shading to the edge. The bright shine of the white silk and the hue of the shading symbolize:

God (shining white) and man (linen-colored) form a boundless unity in the Son of God, Jesus, our host at His sacrificial meal at the altar.

Fundamental to the designs on the various paraments is the main motif on the front of the chasuble. Various elements from it are executed in complementary ways in the design. This creates a design structure for all the paraments of the project.

The circle as the main motif of the design symbolizes God as the creator of the universe in His dynamic and timeless dimension.

The initial letters of Salvator Mundi - Savior of the World - form the cross in the center.

The luminous colorfulness is created by varied yellow and natural tones. The cross is highlighted by radiant gold.

For the execution of the artistic design is planned embroidery in a very differentiated technique with yarns of silk, which will be matched to the forms both in material and color gradient.

Holy Week - Easter - Pentecost

Holy Spirit Church Hochdahl, 120x120 cm, 2022 
The alternating installation was created with the participation of a small preparatory group.

Faith, love, hope

each 40x40 cm, 2020

The Christmas Trilogy

each 40x30 cm, 2014

Panta rhei


each 40x40 cm, 2016

Ancient scrolls




The photos for the video presentation were taken during a walking meditation during Lent. 
8 min., 2008

The Messiah II

three parts, each 60x50 cm, 2011

The Messiah I

three parts, each 65x55 cm, 2010

The curtain in the temple tore in half

30x180 cm, 2014

Songs of Songs

Photography on handmade paper, graphite pencil, white pencil 1999