|Click below to see more of the excellent additions!|
|In the middle of this shot, you can see a playful and colorful elephant added in by returning volunteer and graduate student, Karen!|
|I colored this owl, perhaps questionably so (the owl's face would seem to agree with me). Karen, however, delightfully added to this a group of studious mice learning from the wise old owl.|
|Feeling obligated to include something Ignatian in the labyrinth, here I painted this fierce wolf surrounded by Loyolan maroon. Rumor has it if this wolf preys on incoming freshman, being the weakest and most prone to error.|
|The use of these heat lamps was crucial in providing us a warm surface on which to apply the paint. Also if you knocked into them, they could explode. That was always fun.|
|This comes in coloring book format. That blew my mind when I learned that.|
|The Angel of St. Matthew.|
|The Lion of St. Mark.|
|The Ox of St. Luke.|
|The Eagle of St. John, at the Entrance to the Labyrinth. I'd say it's fitting.|
Please stop by the labyrinth at Crown Center to see the thing in its entirety.
VERY SOON, WE WILL HAVE AN OPEN HOUSE TO SHOW OFF OUR LABYRINTH. AS I SAID, IT WILL BE OPEN TO ALL FACULTY AND STAFF AND IT WILL BE ON "STUDY DAY," THE WEDNESDAY OF FINALS. MORE DETAILS FORTHCOMING; PLEASE TUNE IN TO THIS BLOG!