The Uncreated Light: An Iconographical Study of the Transfiguration in
the Eastern Church
by Solrunn Nes
Eastern Christian Publications, 2002
(161 pages; $75.00, hardcover)
reviewed by Addison H. Hart
Solrunn Nes’s work is strikingly her own, yet well within the Church’s tradition. Her icons are bright, spare, free of busyness and visual “noise,” and immediate to the beholder. Perhaps it is the provenance of her work, painted in the land of fjords and the aurora borealis, that inspires its luminosity and vibrancy of color. It appears “written” in runes of hued Nordic sunlight, yet in fine Byzantine style.
The h . . .
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