What do the sheep in the tree of life mosaic represent?
All the sheep look towards the center sheep showing their worship and following of Christ. The cross that Christ is hanging from emerges from a scroll that is filled with life like birds, animals, and people. It creates a more lively feeling rather than darkness and sadness.
What does the tree of life symbolize in Catholicism?
The vision is said to symbolize love of Christ and the way to eternal life and is a well known and cited story with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Where can the tree of life mosaic be found?
The Tree of Life painting in the apse above the baptismal font is a replica of the twelfth-century mosaic in the apse of San Clemente in Rome. The centerpiece of the Tree of Life is the glorious cross, the throne from which Christ reigns and from which springs a vast acanthus vine.
What do the Lambs represent in the tree of life?
Luke depicted as a bull as his gospel focuses on the sacrificial aspects of Jesus’ life. What do the lambs in the painting represent? – Jesus’ death links to Isaiah’s prophecy in the Old Testament.
Who made the tree of life mosaic?
One that reminds us of our past whilst giving us clues about how we support our future. The Elm Tree of Life is a mosaic by Carrie Reichardt, ATM and Karen Francesca. It forms part of the Finsbury Park station development and can be found at the junction of Wells Terrace and Clifton Terrace.