I know, I know. It’s been a minute since I’ve last posted and boy, oh boy, has life changed! We have all been going through a pandemic for just over a year.
Aaaaaaannnnnd, the hubby and I somehow managed to move to Lisbon last October!
And it’s beautiful.
And it’s quiet.
And we love it.
Stay tuned for more photos and stories to come.
I’m missing the magical moments of Madrid in El Retiro while the USA is banned from visiting. What a lucky moment to catch ballerinas posing! Let’s hope things get back to normal sooner than later.
My Friday paintings have dried and they give way to current Monday feels. Available as canvas and a variety of mediums. Click to order.
I’m editing the photos from Valencia Cathedral, taken during my Spain trip, and thought I’d share a photo of what is said to be the Holy Grail. For those of you who don’t know what the Holy Grail is (or who have never watched “Indiana Jones”), the Holy Grail is said to be the cup that Jesus used during the last supper. This Cup is made of agate stone – a popular material for drink vessels in his time. It is cut out entirely from a large chunk of agate, 9 cm in diameter and completely plain. The decorations of gold and pearls were added to the supporting structure over the centuries. I have to say, it was quite a soul quieting experience to be in the chapel that holds it. You could hear a pin drop. Pretty awesome (literally the definition of awesome).
The Holy Grail is believed to had been left in the house where the Last Supper took place – a house belonging to the family of St Mark the Evangelist, who later took it to Rome when he went to serve as an interpreter for St Peter. Passed on within the church and used as Papal Chalice, the relic was shipped out of Rome in 3rd century by St Lawrence, in anticipation of a persecution. It was taken out of Rome in the hands of a Spanish soldier to Huesca, Spain. During the Muslim occupation of the Iberic peninsula, the Grail went into hiding and later re-emerged in various Spanish monasteries and cathedrals. The Kings of Spain looked after it, on occasions taking it into their treasuries or palaces, until it was finally presented to the Valencia Cathedral in XV century, where it remained ever since. It briefly left the Cathedral only twice, both times during the 1930s Civil War, for fears of plunder. #Sundayfeels #thegrail #Valencia
(info credit given to http://www.valenciavalencia.com/sig…/holy-grail-valencia.htm)
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50% of profit from the images on my website (www.chattergoldstudios.com) will go to Hurricane Dorian relief (Red Cross) today through September. Please share, buy, etc… You will find a variety of images from photography to prints of my latest abstract paintings. Just use the search bar in the upper right side of my website.
These images are a little flashback to Hurricane Sandy’s waves climbing the beach at Deerfield Beach’s Trespass area (local Deerfield Beach, Florida folk know where that is).
From now through the end of January, I will be donating 50% of all profits from my Etsy Shop to St. Judes and Shriners Hospitals for children. Great excuse to both donate and decorate. Please check out my shop regularly for new pieces and share with your friends.
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Today and tomorrow ONLY, I’m offering 40% off of all prints, metal prints, canvas and photo products in my photography on www.chattergoldstudios.com
when you use the code: SundayMondayFunday at checkout
on images like… angels and saints in the Cathedral of Barcelona… (click on images to order)
and Venice, Italy
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“Untitled”- by Tricia Chatterton-Goldrick
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