This week’s portraits fall under the theme of “Memento Vivere”, which translates to “Remember to Live”.
Perhaps it’s because I was baptised Catholic, or because it’s the Christmas season, or because I just recently returned from visiting the Painted Church in Kona — or all of the above? Whatever the reason, I can tell you that visually I was inspired by painted portraits of Benedictine Saints for this week’s portraits.

This week’s portraits fall under the theme of “Memento Vivere”, which translates to “Remember to Live”.

Perhaps it’s because I was baptised Catholic, or because it’s the Christmas season, or because I just recently returned from visiting the Painted Church in Kona — or all of the above? Whatever the reason, I can tell you that visually I was inspired by painted portraits of Benedictine Saints for this week’s portraits.

Tuesday’s portrait.
Once again, the theme this week is “Memento Vivere”, which translates as “Remember to live.”

Tuesday’s portrait.

Once again, the theme this week is “Memento Vivere”, which translates as “Remember to live.”

The fourth and final portrait for this week’s theme “Memento Vivere” or “Remember to Live”.
This series was originally inspired by oil paintings of Benedictine Saints, but evolved to include many more iconic archetypes of the era.
Don’t forget, you can get a portrait of ME being YOU by donating to my book Kickstarter! Details are on the Kickstarter page.

The fourth and final portrait for this week’s theme “Memento Vivere” or “Remember to Live”.

This series was originally inspired by oil paintings of Benedictine Saints, but evolved to include many more iconic archetypes of the era.

Don’t forget, you can get a portrait of ME being YOU by donating to my book Kickstarter! Details are on the Kickstarter page.