"Saint John the Baptist" by Bro. Ryan Flynn is portrayed in a traditional method, being clothed in animal skins on the banks of the Jordan River. The crimson fabric that he sits in represents his eventual martyrdom. In the background, the bridge represents the connection to the divine that he preaches will come soon.
Bro. Ryan Flynn painted this portrait along with Saint John the Evangelist to adorn the Nashua, NH Masonic Temple.
The 20" x 16" is limited to 250 signed and numbered prints and the first batch of prints are scheduled to be shipped in the first week of December.