The Divine Ordinary: Finding the Sacred in Being Real
Mary and Her Son
Rev. Peter Wm. Gray, P.S.S.
A lecture and exhibit by Rev. Peter Wm. Gray, P.S.S., world-renowned Sulpician artist, The Divine Ordinary: Finding the Sacred in Being Real—Mary and Her Son, was presented June 18, 2016, here on Paca Street.
Peter Wm Gray, P.S.S., is the artist for the United States Province of the Society of Saint Sulpice.
His work is internationally sought and graces churches, chapels, schools and hospitals both here in Baltimore and world-wide. His latest commission was from the Papal Nuncio, Archbishop Vigano, to paint the official portrait of Pope Francis which now hangs in the Popes’ Parlor in the Apostolic Nunciature in Washington, DC.
Fr. Gray’s work has been published as well and is available to the public at the GBMC Chapel, The Maryland Historical Society, Saint Agnes Hospital, Our Lady of the Angels Parish Church at Charlestown, Catonsville and the National Shrine in DC. as well as private collections in Japan, China, Zambia, Nepal, Europe and South America.
Gray paints both in classical form and abstract styles.
His works are available for purchase; sales benefit his mission in Nepal and the homeless in Baltimore.