Meet the Artists

These artists are the best in their field, Masters of their Craft.  Scroll below to meet some of the artists who's work inspire and uplift spirits!

Chuck Albanese  joined the faculty of the University of Arizona College of Architecture in 1967.  After 40 years of the UofA as well as in practice completing over 250 projects has given Chuck a sense of accomplishment that frees him to pursue what he have always set aside as a passion-in-waiting… painting.

 

For over 25 years Chuck has taken students and new painters to Europe to teach them painting.  Some of those “summer alumni” are now successful exhibiting professional painters including Tucson's own Diana Madaras.

Chuck's work can be seen on the web at

 

www.AlbaneseArt.com.

Chuck Albanese 

The Artist

Jeff brings his unique skills as the Chief Everything Officer for JL Images to the project as documenting and guiding the digital media marketing for the Shrine. 

 

Jeff also created the website and designed the logo for the foundation.  

 

Jeff Landers founded his business JL Images in 1993 producing video, film and multi-media projects for companies across the US and in Europe. 

 

Jeff has produced and directed video and film projects, live broadcast television, commercial photography and marketing/ digital design consulting  for clients around the world.

Jeff's work can be seen on the web at

 

www.JLImages.com 

 

and

 

www.JeffLandersPhotography.com

Jeff Landers

Filmmaker / Digital Designer 

For over thirty years, Peter Pearson has been a student of iconography. Self taught for nearly fifteen years, in 1984 he studied under Russian iconographer Dr. Nina Bouroff in Bethesda, Maryland. After moving to Pennsylvania in 1991, Peter worked and studied with Philip Zimmerman at the Saint John of Damascus Academy of Sacred Arts, an Orthodox school of icon painting in Ligonier, Pennsylvania where he assisted in several projects and classes. In 1994, he studied with Nicholas Papas in Greensburg, Pennsylvania and in 1997 he attended the Iconography Institute at Mount Angel Abbey in Oregon, where he studied with Charles Rohrbacher of Juneau, Alaska.  ©2006 Western Pennsylvania Craftsmen's Guild.

Father Peter's work can be see on the web at

Father Peter's work on Facebook.

Father Peter Pearson

The Iconographer

Founder of New World Byzantine Studios, Andrew Gould is well known as a designer 
of traditional Orthodox churches.

 

He has degrees in art history and architecture and is skilled in many arts. In addition to producing designs for our liturgical art, Andrew personally crafts the fine woodwork in many of our products.

Andrew's work can be seen on the web at

 

www.nwbstudios.com.

Andrew Gould

The Artist

Mailing Address:
Post Office Box 789
Mount Lemmon, AZ 85619
 
Physical Address:
12849 N. Tucson Avenue
Mount Lemmon, AZ 85619
United States
Tel: (520) 576-9653