• Order online or call : 1-800-206-3715

Thomas Blackshear II Forgiven Sculpture Limited Edition (Original Design) Open Box 
  • Click Below To Enlarge Images

  • 5/5 StarsCasted Votes Total 4

Thomas Blackshear II Forgiven Sculpture Limited Edition (Original Design) Open Box   Thomas Blackshear II

Status: Out Of Stock | Condition: New | Edition:Limited Edition  | Edition Size: Limited Edition | Dim:12.0 inches high | Thomas Blackshear II| Item #: 17604

Price: $ 0.00 USD..

Click Below to be notified once Thomas Blackshear II Forgiven Sculpture Limited Edition (Original Design) Open Box is back in stock

Notify me!

No Sales Tax Except In The State Of Florida.

Forgiven Sculpture Limited Edition Comes with Certificate of Authenticity. Original design with halo created by Thomas Blacksear. ***Open Box*** - 17604  

NOTES: The scene of "Forgiven" is Mt. Calvary. A despairing man has a mallet in one hand and a large spike in the other. Both symbolize that each of us is responsible for Christ's death on the cross. Jesus Christ is holding up this broken man; at Christ's feet are broken chains, representing the sin that was overcome at Calvary. There is a trace of blood on Christ's hands, and in the place where the blood has fallen, lilies have grown.
Thomas Blackshear uses powerful symbols in every detail of "Forgiven" - from the healing strength of the large hands of Christ, to the lilies representing His resurrection and the new life that is ours when we accept Him..

Forgiven Sculpture Limited Edition (Original Design) Open Box   by Thomas Blackshear II 

image Copyright © 2023 by Thomas Blackshear II

Thomas Blackshear II bio

Designer of numerous U.S. commemorative stamps, former head illustrator at the prestigious Godbold/Richter Studio and creator of the award-winning Ebony Visions® sculpture collection, Thomas has earned acclaim for his spiritual imagery - the often allegorical and always passionate expressions of his faith. With "Watchers in the Night," he says, he hopes to "touch the soul" of everyone who sees it. We can't imagine anyone unmoved.

Your Browsing History