Gallery Quality Giclee Canvas Prints

Detailed and true to their original design, the gallery quality giclee prints bring the beauty and truth of Catholic teaching into any home, office, or establishment. They are all printed on archival canvases that will stand the test of time with refinement, centering on the greatness of God and the life of the Lord, Jesus Christ. We are proud to present the fervor of 1st century Christians seen through the beautiful brush strokes of sacred art.

Canvas Size and Price

15 x 24 – $299.99

Canvas Size and Price

25 x 40 – $699.99

High Quality Paper Prints

Printed in high resolution, these paper prints are color-matched by the artist and maintain the true pigments and hues of the original paintings. They are beautiful copies that will ignite resounding faith in all seasons of life across generations. The glossy finish of these prints make them professional gifts that portray the faith we live.

High Quality Paper Prints

8 x 10 – $19.99

High Quality Paper Prints

11.5 x 17.5 – $34.99

Immaculate Conception Higher Resolution

Click the above link to view the Immaculate Conception in a higher resolution.

Words from the Artist

Robert Puschautz
Stabat Mater Art Fellow

What do we see in this painting? Mary is standing over the world. Christ, with arms outstretched, spreads a golden mantle over her. Below is the world with the serpent coiled around it. In the background, fire surrounds the world and as we gradually move up the painting we see golden clouds and the light of day. Mary, here, is depicted as the woman of Revelation. ‘A great sign appeared in the sky, a woman* clothed with the sun, with the moon under her feet, and on her head a crown of twelve stars’ (Rev 12:1) You can see the crown of stars around Mary’s head. In this painting, however, Christ, himself is the sun who drapes His grace over Mary preventing her from any stain of original sin. Her head is close to His heart; the heart that brought forth all of creation. I wanted Mary to seem almost like a column. She stands firm on top of the world, and is that neck, that mediator of grace between us and Christ. The golden mantle is the symbol of this singular grace merited by Jesus Christ. His hands display the wounds of the cross, the sign of his victory over death, and they bleed onto the mantle. Below, Mary crushes the head of the serpent foretold to Eve in the prophecy in Genesis. “I will put enmities between thee and the woman, and thy seed and her seed: she shall crush thy head, and thou shalt lie in wait for her heel” (Gen 3:15). Mary is our hope. Though the world is ensnared by the enemy and covered by the darkness of sin and death, through her seed, Jesus Christ, we are assured that the victory is already won. Mary, preserved from sin, assumed body and soul into heaven, and crowned as Queen of heaven and earth is our model for what we hope in, that one day day we too shall be resurrected body and soul and look into the face of God.