Orthodox icons made in St Elisabeth Convent.
An Orthodox icon is a painted Gospel. It conveys the Gospel truths and important spiritual values with the means of art.
Each detail is filled with deep meaning, be it color, hand gestures, certain objects, the entire composition or the perspective. An icon shows a saint who is already glorified and transformed - this is why he or she, as a rule, does not move, but is static, calm, and enlightened. Icons remind the people of our times that apart from the present world there is an alternative world, the true world that we can enter only through a lot of hard work and effort, many prayers and frequent communion.
There are many wonderworking icons, such as the icon of Our Lady of Vladimir, Our Lady of Kazan, The Mother of God of Tikhvin, Our Lady of Jerusalem - too many of them to list here, in fact. However, when we venerate any Orthodox icon, we are aware of the fact that it is not the wood and the paint that we honor but the person whose image it bears.
The catalog of St Elisabeth Convent contains over 1,000 icons painted in accordance with Byzantine, Russian, and Greek styles. These icons span across many trends, styles, and years. You can order an icon painted with tempera or acrylic paints from our icon painting studio. We also offer icons in oklad, embroidered with pearls, jacinth, amethyst, carneol. Our crushed stone workshop uses a unique state-of-the-art technology to make icons from powdered natural gemstones. Our catalog features icons of Jesus Christ, the Mother of God, saints, and feasts.
If you wish to learn more about any of the orthodox icons offered in our catalog, please send us an email email@example.com, and we will gladly supply you with all the information you might need. Here you can purchase an icon online. We will contact you as soon as possible after you place an order with us.
Please note that the final prices of the items in our catalogue may be different from the quoted ones, depending on your location and method of delivery. We will contact you after you place an order confirming your order and specifying its final cost.