Description 'O Sacred Head, Now Wounded (Transgression)' focuses on one part of this hymn's lyric that literally takes my breath away. Here is the weight of our human floundering and the depth and darkness of our transgressions. But here also is emerging light through the darkness: Christ's substitutionary sacrifice for us when we come to Him, admitting, 'Mine, mine was the transgression, but thine the deadly pain.'
Diana Wolverton Member Since April 2008 Artist Statement Diana Coate Wolverton weaves visual stories using densely layered threads of abstract form, color, texture, typography, and photography.
She works primarily with digital tools, but occasionally employs traditional methods to create source material.
Born with equally vocal—and occasionally rivaling—right- and left-brain hemispheres, Diana’s work is informed with 50 percent research and life experience plus 50 percent imagination and experimentation.