The outside of the Immaculate Conception Church, Terni Italy.
The front facade of the church. The Church has gone through a major restoration project and created spaces for future frescoes.
The central nave of the church with the blank wall panels and ceiling awaiting a festival a color to enrich its interior.
Each fresco panel measure 19 x 14 feet with a total area equal to the Sistine Chapel.
The right side of the central nave.
Year one 2020
Painting of the first three fresco panels
“Creation of Eve and Adam”
“Hagar in the Desert”
“Sarah, Abraham, Isaac, Hagar and Ishmael’
The right side of the nave.
Year Two 2021
Painting of the next three fresco panels
"Ruth and Naomi”
“Song of Songs”
"Mary and the Marriage at Cana"
The left side of the nave.
Year Three 2022
Painting of the last four fresco panels
“Woman at the Well”
“Mary and Martha"
‘The Last Supper including Women”
“Mary Magdalen and Jesus”