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Journey to
Resurrection

By Lucy Janjigian

Born in Jerusalem, Lucy Janjigian is now a widely recognized painter, muralist, and sculptor. She has created a series of paintings called "Journey to Resurrection" based on her years of Bible study and personal experiences growing up in Jerusalem. Together with family photos, scenes from Jerusalem, and 33 of the paintings from the series, "Journey to Resurrection" is now a 19 minute video with narration provided by Lucy.


All 33 paintings by Lucy Janjigian presented in "Journey to Resurrection" can be viewed by clicking here.

Music credits for "Journey to Resurrection":

● Musique du Silence, Chant, Gregorian, L'Abbeye de Siles, New Directions Publishing
● Russian Orthodox Nuns of Bethany, Mary Magdalene Church, "In the Garden of Gethsemane"
● Armenian Divine Liturgy by Komitas, Der Voghormia, "Lord Have Mercy", St. John's Armenian Church, Smithfield, Michigan
● Mayrig, Memory of Armenian Genocide, "Mayrig", TFI Film Productions
● Mozart Requiem, Lipp/Rossel-Mojden, Deutsche Gramaphon
● Handel Messiah, #42 Chorus, Sir Colin Davis conducting. London Symphony Orchestra, Phillips

Music credits and permission to share this work online have been provided by Lucy Janjigian.


Of Armenian descent, Lucy Janjigian was born and raised in Jerusalem where her father taught at St George's Anglican Boys' School. She attended English Mission schools in Jerusalem, Palestine and in Beirut, Lebanon. After coming to the United States, Lucy graduated Heidelberg College, Tiffin, Ohio, and Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, and studied at the Art Students League and the Stacy Studio Workshop in New York City

Listed in "Who's Who in American Art", Lucy's work has been exhibited around the world and hangs in many public, private and corporate collections. The "Journey to Resurrection" video has been shown extensively during Lent in the United States and other countries including Jerusalem, the Philippines, South Africa, France and England. Lucy is a member of West Side Presbyterian Church in Ridgewood, New Jersey.

Email: edlujig@mac.com
Web site: http://homepage.mac.com/edlujig/Artists/


A DVD of the "Journey to Resurrection" video is available for purchase by contacting Lucy Janjigian.

 

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Part 1
(Time approx. 9:18)

 
 

Part 2
(Time approx. 9:44)

 

The video is presented here as streaming media in two parts. You will need RealNetworks RealPlayer or Windows Media Player to watch the video.

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