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In 2020 we especially celebrated 10 years since the canonisation of our Saint Mary of the Cross MacKillop—this special 'Courage' graphic was created as part of the celebrations.

- The bold, modern, bright depiction of Mary links to her bold courage.
- The brown colours signify the brown habit that Mary wore.
- The teal links to the teal scarves that all the Sisters of Saint Joseph wore on the canonisation day.

- These posters are perfect for schools, young people, and those young at heart.
You are welcome to purchase as a gift for a school or parish to show your support.


> Learn more about this project:


Original artwork by NZ AU Catholic artist and illustrator Jane Maisey. Only available through this website. 


> Details:
- This print is printed with specialist Giclée printing technology.

- The paper is also uniquely sourced from Japan.

- The result is that when compared to regular printing, the artwork / ink will look stunning, vibrant and alive. Essentially these are especially stunning prints!


- Size: 21cm x 30cm (A4) or 30m x 40cm (Slightly smaller than A3) or 50cm x 70cm

- Colour ink one side.

- Stock: Museum-quality poster beautifully printed on thick and durable matte paper.

- Paper weight: 189 g/m² (5.57 oz/y²) + thickness: 0.26 mm (10.3 mil)

- Giclée printing quality

- Paper is sourced from Japan

- Shipped in sturdy packaging protecting the poster

- Print only. Frame not included

- Shipping cost is absolutely included in the price


- Printing and shipping of these special prints can be completed in four countries. Your order will be printed in the country closest to you  (faster and eco-friendly).

- This item should ship within about 3 working days, and then it will take roughly 1-3 weeks to arrive.

- If you are in another country (outside of AU, NZ, USA, CA or the UK) and interested in getting a print just let Jane know, and she can easily set up other countries for shipping.


- ALL ARTWORK: © Copyright.

- Contact Jane with requests. Thanks for not using our images without permission.


Print - Courage - St Mary MacKillop

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