Monday, February 14, 2011

OH THE HUMANITY!!

When Rothkos go horribly wrong.

16 comments:

Left-footer said...

It doesn't just look silly, but rather nasty.

Anonymous said...

I didn't know broken glass could serve as a liturgical theme. Maybe I need to read more Rahner...

Andy said...

Ouch, heads up, you'll put an eye out with that Chasuble.

Anonymous said...

Strange but suddenly I have the urge to break out singing "Duran Duran" songs...the 80's called...something about wanting something back?

Denita said...

Abstract art should be kept on the canvas.

Anonymous said...

I believe this is what Fred Flintstone wore when he became an Episcopal Bishop.

Anonymous said...

WTF?

Kelso said...

It beats anything the Presiding Oceanographer ever wears.

Anonymous said...

Don't worry, Kelso!
When Katie reads this blog, she'll want one too, or three, or four, in all the 'liturgical colors', magenta, puce and puke.

Jim of Olym
PS How does one nominate pictures for this blog? I have several candidates....

.....CLIFFORD said...

Isn't that the rare CSI 'Autopsy' chasuble from the Diocese of Nevada?

midwestnorwegian said...

"Yabba Dabba Doo"

Cantor Nikolaos said...

"Losing my Religion"

Ex aedibus said...

Here are some post-modern German vestments which go along with this one. This comes from the 2006 abbatial blessing of Abbot Michael Reepen, OSB of the Benedictine Abbey of Muensterschwarzach.

http://www.abtei-muensterschwarzach.de/ams/kloster/konvent/michael/bilder-weihe.html

Nancy Louise said...

Ah the crown of thorns was horizontal not vertical and besides, I would not be able to think of Liturgy but only the mass of pain that vision pokes in my eyes!

Anonymous said...

Vestment was obviously designed for the beatification ceremony for the patron saint of jigsaw puzzles.

Dottie said...

This looks rather as though Cruella DeVille exploded on the drapery...