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Sister Artists

Our sisters have a wide array of talents and skills, including many accomplished artists in a variety of media. All are generous with their work, but they ask that those wishing to use any of their pieces request permission and use proper attribution.

If you would like to request permission to use a piece of art, please fill out our quick contact form.

Meet some of our sister artists

This list is by no means comprehensive and continues to grow!

A mandala by Therese Denham, CSJ

Therese Denham, CSJ

Therese Denham, CSJ has a certification in communications and a degree in art with an emphasis in graphic design. She currently works with mandalas and zentangles.

Artwork by Donna Gibbs, CSJ

Donna Gibbs, CSJ

Donna Gibbs CSJ, writes and illustrates children’s books with ecological themes. Her books help parents and educators midwife a new wisdom in our children, since they now inherit the ability to influence everything that happens to living Earth. Two of her books, The Seamless Universe: A Discovery Guide through Our Great Universe and The Quilter and the Quail, are available from Amazon. A teacher for 30 years in the elementary classroom, Sister Donna has a degree in child development and master’s in Earth literacy and art therapy.

Artwork by Ansgar Holmberg, CSJ

Ansgar Holmberg, CSJ

more information coming soon

Homing by Marion Honors, CSJ

Marion Honors, CSJ

Marion C. Honors, CSJ, has exhibited her art nationally and internationally. Sister Marion’s work includes relief and intaglio prints, monoprints, monotypes, drawings and paintings, collages, painted embossments and monotype printmaking with water-based inks. She has painted embossments and illustrations for children’s books and other publications. Her latest work is an exploration of what she calls “painting/print assemblages.” She has spent many years as an organic gardener planting heirloom and open-pollinated vegetable varieties to help preserve planetary diversity and for good eating! Sister Marion lives and works at the Albany Provincial House in Latham, New York on a hillside facing the rising sun.

Marion has a Master of Arts Degree from the University of Notre Dame and a Master of Fine Arts Degree from Villa Schifanoia Graduate School of Fine Arts in Florence, Italy. She has taught art in high school and college.

Sunflowers watercolor by Carol Louise Smith, CSJ

Carol Louise Smith, CSJ

Carol Louise Smith, CSJ is an artist using various media, including graphic design, photography, sketching and watercolor. After 30 years of ministry in elementary education, she went back to school for a degree in graphic design from UCLA and now works in the communications department for our Los Angeles Province. Her work is used in publications, brochures, liturgy worship aides, business cards, electronic e-designs newsletters, cards, prints, and more.