“Come and see – dwell upon the story these pictures have to tell;
the trusting eyes of a child shine Truth – for you and all on Earth as well…”

These are detail shots of some of my series of 8 paintings called ‘The Message Project’.

  • FAITH
  • MESSAGE
  • JOURNEY
  • CHOSEN ONE
  • SHELTER
  • TRINITY

In 2014 I painted ‘Trinity’ (see above) intending to print original Christmas cards from it. On completion, I felt inspired to paint the entire Christmas story along with a narrative poem.

By mid-2015 the collection of 8 paintings and poem were complete and were exhibited in the renowned ‘Cardboard Cathedral’ (Christchurch Transitional Cathedral built after the earthquakes of 2010 and 2011). They were viewed that Christmas by many thousands of schoolchildren, local citizens and tourists.

The paintings continue to be exhibited when opportunities arise, and consequently the original paintings are not currently for sale. However the following options are:

“The Message” – buy on Amazon. Available as paperback or kindle.
Cards of ‘Chosen One’
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Giclee reproductions of ‘Chosen One’
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1. Story picture book for all ages including full and closeup images of all 8 paintings and narrative poem. Buy on Amazon.

FOR NEW ZEALAND & AUSTRALIAN BUYERS ONLY

Buy copies of the print version, signed by the artist/author (with option of a personalised greeting, if you intend the book as gift.)
PRICE: $NZ25 per copy + $5 postage.
Estimated delivery time 2 – 4 weeks.

PLEASE COMPLETE THE FORM BELOW:







    After submitting your order you will be taken to a page with bank account details, to make payment.


    2. Cards of Chosen One: individually wrapped with envelopes, sold as 10 packs.
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    3. Giclee reproductions of Chosen One.
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    COMING SOON

    Quality loose giclee reproductions of all eight original paintings.

    Please email angie@angelam.co.nz for more details about any aspect of The Message Project, including arranging to view, purchasing and delivery arrangements, exhibition opportunities etc.

    Article in ‘Anglican Life‘ magazine June 2021

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