Calligraphy Gallery II
 

Computer Calligraphy - Examples

Two Prayers of St. Francis

Computer Calligraphy - Comparing Styles

Three versions - from hundreds of calligraphic fonts - of the same poem by John Ruskin.

  “Liturgy”- An example of Computer Calligraphy combining several layers of image. 

                       This composition incorporates a quotation by Ronald Grimes.

Certificate for a

Connecticut Church

Elizabeth Barrett Browning

Better Than Light

Lineage of Ordination

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       “Wisdom”  text is compressed from that found in Ecclesiasticus.

One font for the ‘body’ of the quote, plus added capitals (each significantly modified) completes the quotation begun with a magnificent illuminated ‘W’ (borrowed/modified from an antique document.) While time-consuming, the resulting product is most satisfying.

“We Awaken...”A prayer from Symeon, the New Theologian, is set out in one font, with capitals sprinkled throughout in dramatically different size & color. Spaces between the lines serve to acknowledge the realization process described in the words. By placing the illuminated capital (taken from an ancient manuscript, beefed-up in color and clarity) in an unexpected location, the turning-point of the petition is clearly emphasized.