“If looks could kill, would there be anybody left?
Thank God, looks do not kill. They can judge, they can condemn, and that’s what they are constantly doing.
Citizens of this world, we are condemned to tolerate each other. So here we are, civilized people, walking around under the same sun.Yet regrettably, to tolerate does not mean the same thing as to respect. Truly, if looks could kill, we would all be dead.
But if looks could save, would all no longer die?" (...)
Meditations on the way to Golgotha is a common project by flemish father Elias and lithuanian artist Vaidotas Kvašys.
The Stations of the Cross were a bas-relief created in April 1996 for the Church of Saint Michael Archangel in Kaunas, using author’s mixed technique. The size of the bas-relief was 650x1150. In November 1996 the work was destroyed.
Father Elias (Frederic Boudewijn Leyds) was born in 1958, in Eindhoven in the Netherlands. He is brother and priest in the Congregation of Saint John.
He lives and works in Vilnius.
Vaidotas Kvašys, artist, was born in 1955, in Vilnius in Lithuania.
He lives and works there.