Saturday, October 31, 2015

Abbey of the Arts and Monastic Way Print Series' Now Both Available!

This sale is now over, but you can find the prints on Etsy.
It's time again to order prints from the
Abbey of the Arts Dancing Saints/Monks Series!

Also available this year: prints from the Monastic Way/ Monastery of the Heart collaboration with the
Benedictines of Erie and Sister Joan Chittister.

It's a little later than I usually get prints going, but it's been busy here at the Rabbit Room!!

The project with Christine at Abbey of the Arts has led to other projects, which is wonderful and for which I am extremely grateful! The newest collaboration with the Benedictine Sisters was also such an honor for me, as I wholeheartedly admire their work of hospitality and service to their community.

The ordering process is the same as all sales past: I have set up PayPal buttons at the very bottom of the page for you to order one, two, three, or four prints. If you want to order MORE than four prints, let me know (by contacting me at and you will get a price break on those, too.

A portion of the sale of all prints goes to Abbey of the Arts for scholarships, or to the Benedictines for their charitable work. I am proud to help support these things!

Dimensions of the prints are 5x10 and they come mounted on an 11x14 matte board.

Deadline for orders if you want to receive them by 
mid-December is 
Wednesday, November 18

Abbey of the Arts Series:

Benedict, Brigid, Mary, and Hildegarde

Miriam, Francis, Brendan, and 
King David

Rainer Maria Rilke, Amma Syncletica, Thomas Merton, and Dorothy Day

And the ALL NEW Dancing Monks for this year are the following:

Two *NEW* Irish Saints! 
Kevin of Glendalough and Gobnait of Ballyvourney!!

Also available in print form this year is the Monastic Way Series which are as follows:

Thich Naht Hahn, Dalai Lama, Catherine of Siena

Teresa of Avila, Dorothy Day, Rumi

Gandhi, Saint Paul, Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Etty Hillesum, Georgia O'Keeffe, Rabia Basri

Email me at if you have questions, comments, or problems. 


  1. Hello Marci! Can you tell me the dimensions of the prints? Lovely work!

  2. Hi, and thank you for your kind comment! The print itself is 5.5 x 10 inches. The mat board is cut to be 11x 14.

  3. HI Marci, Would you consider making these into a deck of cards? I could see using them as a meditation deck with my confirmation class and for retreats. Thanks for your art. greta

  4. Hi Marcy! These are wonderful. Are they originally painted icons? Are the prints you offer photographs of those icons? I'm just wondering what the actual process/ origin is. Thanks

  5. October 30. RILKE. CSargent

  6. Is it still possible to order these?

  7. Are you still accepting orders for your prints? I tried your email address & it said the address did not exist/
    If you are still there, please reply, I'm trying to order a St. Hildegard of Bingen print.
    Donna M. Swindells, OCDS

  8. Is there any chance of an artist making an icon or print of St. Teresa of Avila? A great mystic, reformer of the Carmelite order, and a Doctor of the Church?
    Also, what about St. Therese of Lisieux, the little flower? She is a great mystic, "the greatest saint of modern times" and another Doctor of the Church. Please! let the creative power in artists consider making these two great Saints.

  9. You have chosen all my 'friends' to make your prints. I love your work. I am in the midst of healing from lymphoma
    Please keep me in your prayers. Blessings on your work and YOU!

  10. I have given you my card number and information, but I do not see the "notes" section. I wanted to order one (1) copy of Gobnait of Ballyvourney. Please e-mail me at

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