Original art by Bro:. Juan 'One' Sepulveda
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Every year, the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania hosts an international art competition titled "Embodying Masonic Values". This esteemed event welcomes artists from all corners of the globe to showcase art deeply influenced by Freemasonry. In this year's competition, Bro:. Juan Sepulveda was bestowed with 1st place honors in the Oil Painting category for his magnificent piece, “Royal Arch.” This painting resonates with symbols drawn from the York Rite Bodies. Now, you hold a rare chance to enrich your collection with a piece of Pennsylvania's Masonic history by acquiring “Royal Arch.”
If you have been following Bro:. Sepulveda's artistic journey, you might remember that he submitted a different piece to this competition last year. Titled “Unlocking Independence”, this artwork—an ink, chalk, and charcoal creation—was crafted on a century-old page from a Masonic Book. It too received 1st place honors, but in the Drawings/Printmaking Category.
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Medium: Oil on Canvas
Dimensions: 16" x 20" (40.6 cm x 50.8 cm)
Royal Arch Masonry refers to the degrees contained within the York Rite body, immediately following the Master Mason Degree. Also known as the Capitular degrees, they elaborate on the story behind the building of King Solomon’s Temple and the Hiramic Legend. This painting alludes to some of the symbols contained within the Royal Arch Chapter.
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