“Father Arthur Poulin is a Camaldolese monk, priest, and artist. His landscape paintings reflect the beauty, harmony, and unity of creation; deep values that need to be celebrated and shared today. His work has been published in many forms and sold throughout the world.
Fr. Poulin’s paintings echo the Impressionists, yet he has developed his own original style. All his paintings begin with a black canvas. Through his contemplative process he starts with minute brush strokes, creating dots (mustard seeds) that will grow into the completed image. In the process he moves from darkness to light, the major theme of his work. When asked about his painting he speaks in terms of moving from the unknown to the known, from chaos to unity; which he sees as a sacred journey not to be feared.”
Selecting cards is one of my favorite parts of my job, because each one is a piece of art that can be shared and because in our increasingly busy world, a card can be a reminder of something deeper and more contemplative. I was really happy to discover Father Arthur Poulin’s cards. They evoke such beauty. Come see them for yourself.