The crucified hand of Christ twists with pain and strain. Behind Doss collages imagery of ancient sanskrit text. As always the artist's paintings connect religions and histories - showing how Christ's suffering and sacrifice relates to us all and visa versa. http://www.thenoblesage.com/gallery/crucified-hand-
Known to his friends as 'Reverend Doss', Alphonso Doss has throughout his life demonstrated a great interest in spirituality and the different world religions. This interest transpires through his paintings subject matters that represent at times Christ, at others Buddha, and different Indian divinities such as Shive Nataraja, the Hindu Lord of the Dance. Doss draws inspiration not only from religious imagery found in temples and churches but also from the Western worlds great medieval and Renaissance masters including Grunewald, Rubens, Rembrandt, and Michelangelo as well as from India's greatest treasures including the ancient wall paintings of the Ellora caves and the stone carvings of ...