Recently I exhibited some of my work at Independent Presbyterian Church's Religious Arts Festival. I wish I knew more about this statue in the Église Saint Jean l'Evangéliste in Montmartre. Perhaps some of my readers will add some information. I was just taken by this lovely statue.
The church is located on Place des Abbesses and was the first concrete (bricks) church in Paris, built in 1904. Its architecture is described as art nouveau and Byzantine and is far less ornate than most churches in Paris that I've seen. It has been nicknamed "Notre-Dame-des-briques". Clearly the architecture of this particular church was not well received by many.
For my Birmingham area readers I will be offering another series of photography classes. Designed for amateur photographers with any type digital/film camera who want to be more creative and learn to take better family and vacation photos.
Community Education South
April 18-May 16
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