Jason Caldwell from Peninsula Bible Fellowship in Bremerton, WA brings us these portraits of Jesus.
They were doing a series called “Snapshots of Jesus”. It painted the different roles of Jesus. Instead of getting actually portraits they used some wood, Photoshop, a copier, and some glue.
Each picture was 4′ x 7′. We used images that captured different time periods and styles. Using Photoshop and a process of breaking the pictures into different blocks, they printed them out in color using 11′ x 17” paper. Each paper had edges to be trimmed. They glued the images to OSB (Oriented Strand Board) using 3M super 77 – a spray adhesive.
The OSB was strengthened with 2×2′s on the back, around the perimeter. Then they trimmed the edges and framed it with a rough cedar trim they got from Home Depot.
Each frame and picture ran about $50. They made 8 images and highlighted each week’s portrait by placing it above the stage.