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St John Coltrane Church Gallery - Artist

About St John Coltrane Church Gallery

Learn more about St John Coltrane Church Gallery from San Francisco, CA - United States.

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2009

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Dear Listener,

Welcome to the St. John Coltrane Church Gallery. This is the place to acquire your official icons, posters and cards of St. John Coltrane as found in the sanctuary of the historic St. John Coltrane Church of San Francisco. You can also acquire here reproductions of other work by the church's very own and official iconographer Rev. Deacon Mark Dukes. The church has partnered with Fine Art America to better serve you with top quality reproductions, framing and easy and fast shipping. Fine Art America is the premier online marketplace for acquiring fine art originals and fine art prints. To get started just click on the image below that you are interested in.

You get to choose between canvas and a variety of different papers for your print and also you have a choice among a wide selection of frames. Every feature is easy to use just follow the prompts.

A note on greetings cards: you can easily design your own greeting cards using any of the church's images. Just click on the below image and than click on the greeting card image and you will be able to easily determine the size of the image and print your own message on the card. In this way you will personalize all of your greeting cards. We know you will enjoy this feature!

Your kind donations in acquiring our products goes to the maintaining of the church and contributes to our human outreach program and services and are much appreciated.

Happy shopping! 'A Love Supreme!'

Blessings to all.

Archbishop Franzo Wayne King and Mother Marina King
(Founders of the St. John Coltrane Church.) Rev. Deacon Mark Dukes (Artist.)

St John Coltrane Church Gallery joined Fine Art America on September 7th, 2009.