fishing
living in colour

living in colour

A few years ago I picked up a John August Swanson work – only a print unfortunately, but still full of power, and colour.
So much colour.
Today’s post-resurrection encounter with Jesus reminds me of this great Swanson work “The Big Catch.”
These fishermen previously endured a mere existence in black and white, getting through each day, their regular routines dictated by the demands and fears of friends and foes.

gone fishing

gone fishing

Jesus asks them about fishing, something they knew about, their ordinary, everyday, practical human reality.

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