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O Jerusalem

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Canvas prints are reproduced on actual artist's canvas using Giclee (pronounced zshee-clay) digital printing technology which uses incredibly fine jets of ink to literally "spray" the image onto the canvas. Each canvas image receives a protective UV varnish and is suitable for displaying without glass.

  • Canvas prints are available framed, mounted or rolled.
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  • Mounted canvas prints are a durable alternative to traditional, stretched canvas print. This method reduces the susceptibility to punctures, dimples, and sagging, while eliminating the need for stretcher bars. Mounted canvas prints do not come ready to hang.
  • Rolled canvas prints come with a 2" white border to accommodate stretching.
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Usually a traditional offset lithographic print on high quality paper. Certain images may be offered as Giclee prints on special archival fine art paper.

  • Paper prints are available un-matted or matted.
  • Paper prints are meant to be placed in a frame and do not come ready to hang.
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  • All Paper Prints come with a 1" to 2" white border to accommodate matting and framing.
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A lithograph or Giclee print on paper, coated with high tech, non-glare, UV-resistant film and mounted to a rigid substrate. This finish eliminates the need to cover the image with glass when framed and adds texture. It looks very similar to a canvas print but is less expensive. The surface is very durable and can be wiped clean with a cloth.

  • Paper Textured prints are available framed or unframed.
  • Framed Textured Paper prints come ready to hang.
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  • Unframed Textured Paper prints are trimmed to the image and do not include a white border.

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O Jerusalem

O JERUSALEM

“Have you ever sat quietly and pondered, “What has God prepared for me? What blessings are awaiting me as I make room to receive them?”  Pondering and quiet meditation can help open our eyes to perspectives that are more positive, more eternal…in short, more Christlike.  If we can learn to simply “be still”, push away the world and see things with a Christ consciousness our experience in life will transform.  We will see ourselves and others with compassion, love and endless potential.  I often use my imagination to play out a little exercise in my mind that has proven to be uplifting and enlightening for me.  I imagine myself seated on a rock next to Jesus, perhaps seated on a hill like this watching the sunset.  I ponder the things that I might say to Him if I were there.  I then sit and quietly and “listen.”  I then let my mind fill with words that he might say to me in return.  Without fail I come away feeling encouraged and loved.  I feel more hopeful and aware.  I really feel as though I’ve been gathered under his wing!”

“O Jerusalem, Jerusalem…how often would I have gathered thy children together, even as a hen gathereth her chickens under her wings…”

This is a Messianic exclamation of profound concern and unconditional love for all who have lost their way and suffer while wandering in spiritual darkness. As the slanting rays of the sun reflect upon the rooftops of Old Jerusalem, Christ reflects upon His life’s mission and upon those He came to serve and bless. His gaze takes in the glistening gold and marble of Herod’s Temple and the smoke of burnt offerings upon the altar. He was keenly aware that soon He would offer Himself up as the true Passover Lamb – “ the Lamb of God.” Here, upon the Mount of Olives, Jesus could see the day, like His mortal ministry, coming to a close. However, a new day always dawns and there is hope and comfort in His words, “Lo, I am with you always.” Just as He looked down upon the traveling pilgrims entering Jerusalem, He watches still from yet a higher vantage point, ready to extend His protective wing to all who seek Him.

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O JERUSALEM

“Have you ever sat quietly and pondered, “What has God prepared for me? What blessings are awaiting me as I make room to receive them?”  Pondering and quiet meditation can help open our eyes to perspectives that are more positive, more eternal…in short, more Christlike.  If we can learn to simply “be still”, push away the world and see things with a Christ consciousness our experience in life will transform.  We will see ourselves and others with compassion, love and endless potential.  I often use my imagination to play out a little exercise in my mind that has proven to be uplifting and enlightening for me.  I imagine myself seated on a rock next to Jesus, perhaps seated on a hill like this watching the sunset.  I ponder the things that I might say to Him if I were there.  I then sit and quietly and “listen.”  I then let my mind fill with words that he might say to me in return.  Without fail I come away feeling encouraged and loved.  I feel more hopeful and aware.  I really feel as though I’ve been gathered under his wing!”

“O Jerusalem, Jerusalem…how often would I have gathered thy children together, even as a hen gathereth her chickens under her wings…”

This is a Messianic exclamation of profound concern and unconditional love for all who have lost their way and suffer while wandering in spiritual darkness. As the slanting rays of the sun reflect upon the rooftops of Old Jerusalem, Christ reflects upon His life’s mission and upon those He came to serve and bless. His gaze takes in the glistening gold and marble of Herod’s Temple and the smoke of burnt offerings upon the altar. He was keenly aware that soon He would offer Himself up as the true Passover Lamb – “ the Lamb of God.” Here, upon the Mount of Olives, Jesus could see the day, like His mortal ministry, coming to a close. However, a new day always dawns and there is hope and comfort in His words, “Lo, I am with you always.” Just as He looked down upon the traveling pilgrims entering Jerusalem, He watches still from yet a higher vantage point, ready to extend His protective wing to all who seek Him.

Greg Olsen -1995

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O JERUSALEM

“Have you ever sat quietly and pondered, “What has God prepared for me? What blessings are awaiting me as I make room to receive them?”  Pondering and quiet meditation can help open our eyes to perspectives that are more positive, more eternal…in short, more Christlike.  If we can learn to simply “be still”, push away the world and see things with a Christ consciousness our experience in life will transform.  We will see ourselves and others with compassion, love and endless potential.  I often use my imagination to play out a little exercise in my mind that has proven to be uplifting and enlightening for me.  I imagine myself seated on a rock next to Jesus, perhaps seated on a hill like this watching the sunset.  I ponder the things that I might say to Him if I were there.  I then sit and quietly and “listen.”  I then let my mind fill with words that he might say to me in return.  Without fail I come away feeling encouraged and loved.  I feel more hopeful and aware.  I really feel as though I’ve been gathered under his wing!”

“O Jerusalem, Jerusalem…how often would I have gathered thy children together, even as a hen gathereth her chickens under her wings…”

This is a Messianic exclamation of profound concern and unconditional love for all who have lost their way and suffer while wandering in spiritual darkness. As the slanting rays of the sun reflect upon the rooftops of Old Jerusalem, Christ reflects upon His life’s mission and upon those He came to serve and bless. His gaze takes in the glistening gold and marble of Herod’s Temple and the smoke of burnt offerings upon the altar. He was keenly aware that soon He would offer Himself up as the true Passover Lamb – “ the Lamb of God.” Here, upon the Mount of Olives, Jesus could see the day, like His mortal ministry, coming to a close. However, a new day always dawns and there is hope and comfort in His words, “Lo, I am with you always.” Just as He looked down upon the traveling pilgrims entering Jerusalem, He watches still from yet a higher vantage point, ready to extend His protective wing to all who seek Him.

Greg Olsen -1995

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Quick & Easy Steps to Store and Rotate Your Prints

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Flip Over

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Using a screwdriver, loosen the screw enough to rotate the offset clip 90 degrees. (Repeat for all offset clips.)

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Remove the Alternate print, which is stored in a protective sleeve.

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Remove Display print.

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Remove the Alternate print from the protective sleeve and replace it with the previously displayed print.

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Place the Alternate print in the frame for display.

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Place the image in the protective sleeve, face down.

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