"Vigil" by Ruxandra Ionce
“Vigil is supposed to be an allegorical interpretation of Christian endurance, resilience and strength. The ruins in the background represent the church history and the great cultures build on Christian foundations- despite their monumental beauty and grandeur they unfortunately come to pass but the lion represents the real Christian- strong, powerful, obedient and vigilant. He is immovable, steadfast and humble- recognising that everything is given from above for a purpose. The door in the back can be interpreted in a number of ways - one way being a gesture towards continuity: the church still continues to exist and is always open despite division, despite secularism, and despite persecution.”
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