Scaffolding 72" x 48"  oil on canvas


Height 72" x 48"  oil on canvas



Snare of the Fowler 72" x 48"  oil on canvas


Threshing Instrument with Teeth 72" x 60"  oil on canvas




Darkness is not Dark 72" x 60"  oil on canvas


Tent 72" x 48"  oil on canvas


Destruction at Noonday  72" x 60"  oil on canvas


Conveyance  60" x 48"  oil on canvas


Terror by Night  60" x 48"  oil on canvas


Expanse 60" x 52"  oil on canvas


I Will Deliver Him  48" x 60"  oil on canvas


In the Midst of the Wheels 67" x 48"  oil on canvas


Wheel in the Sky, Wheel on the Earth- detail  72" x 48"  oil on canvas


Wheel in the Sky, Wheel on the Earth  72" x 48"  oil on canvas


Power of the Dog 72" x 48"  oil on canvas


More than the Watchmen 72" x 48"  oil on canvas


Worm 72" x 60"  oil on canvas


Under the Expanse 72" x 60"  oil on canvas


Servant 72" x 48"  oil on canvas


Maji 72" x 48"  oil on canvas


Sanctuary   72" x 48"  oil on canvas


Radiant Being 72" x 48"  oil on canvas


Messenger 72" x 60"  oil on canvas


Covenant  60" x 47"  oil on canvas


Day of Calamity   72" x 48"  oil on canvas


Inner Court  72" x 48"  oil on canvas


Man of Earth 72" x 48"  oil on canvas


Day of Trouble 72" x 60"  oil on canvas


 Jill Scipione: Psalms and Prophets:

In the early 1990s Jill Scipione began a series of works with the intent of creating a space that would
be descriptive of concepts from passages of the Biblical Psalms and Prophets, particularly Isaiah
and Ezekiel.  In these images, which started as dark lines drawn into light, then became light traced
into dark; her drawing line became a painted trail of movement, creating and diffusing figures, forms
and atmospheres.

Four or five groups of work emerged, including themes of wheels/vehicles, structures, landscapes,
and eventually a set in which parts of figures from Giotto's early Renaissance paintings are
restructured. The entire series consists of about sixty oil on linen or canvas paintings,varying in size
from 6 x 5 ft to 5 x 4 ft with additional smaller works and drawings.
As Scipione’s subsequent work developed into incredibly realistic renditions of flesh, meat and
bones that sometimes comprise forms of wheels and vehicles, the images in these earlier paintings
became source and symbol for the new works. In the recent pieces, the drawn forms created here
are starting to emerge again, as archetypal images that exist in the same space as the realistic
objects.