Description In John 8:1-11: When a woman caught in adultery is brought before Jesus and accused, He asks whichever of her accusers is without sin to cast the first stone. This fascinates me because, what did He write in the sand? It is not specified, but could He have written their names and sins? Could they have felt the guilt of publicly accusing the woman while the man she'd been with was nowhere to be found, while Jesus discreetly writes their own sins in the sand?
Christine Kerrick, Coconut Creek Member Since October 2009 Artist Statement Christine Kerrick is an illustrator and fine artist from Pennsylvania. She studied anatomy and portraiture, and earned a BFA in Illustration from Philadelphia University of the Arts. While working as a graphic designer at Broward Sheriff's Office in Fort Lauderdale, FL, she attended FBI Academy to learn Forensic Facial Imaging. Months later, she helped solve a traffic homicide, revealing the victim's identity through postmortem drawing. Christine's love for faces and collage led her to do the whimsical series on which she is currently working. Christine does commissions, but also sells prints and originals from her web site, in galleries, and at comic book conventions. She is a prolific writer and sometimes groups art with it to create graphic novels and comics. A current non-fiction novel with cartoon spot illustrations is in the works.