I couldn't decide between a picture of St. Lucy and a picture of a girl dressed for St. Lucy's Day so I am passing that indecision along to you. The first is based on Matthew Alderman's St. Lucy of Syracuse. This is a gorgeous image of St. Lucy. Go look at it and then spend some time looking at all of the other amazing art work over at The Catholic Illustrator's Guild. I really appreciated Mr. Alderman's depiction of St. Lucy without the dish of eyeballs. (See #1 here.) Plus, I don't think I could bring myself to draw eyeballs outside of their sockets. Ewwww. I can't believe I just typed that.
The second picture is based on this piece of clip art which can be found at the end of this description of a Santa Lucia celebration in Cleveland.
So now you get to decide and I don't have to!
St. Lucy of Syracuse Coloring Page
Santa Lucia and Star Boy Coloring Page
Thanks for promoting Catholic World Mission on your blog.ReplyDelete
Very attractive color page. I am a program coordinator at a small library in Idaho. I will be sharing this and other color pages with children, preschool to 6th grade, homeschoolers and publicly educated.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing and allowing me to share.
There both awesome!! You amaze me Charlotte! :)ReplyDelete