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Christopher Sicurella.

  • Fostering international relations with masonic artists, researchers, authors and translators.

Current Affiliations:  

  • Craft (2010-today), TST (Member), Association of Masonic Arts (Member)
  • CRITICA MASSONICA (Member of the Editorial Board, 2017-today)

Former Affiliations:

  • Pegasus (Member), Masonic Encyclopedia (Member of the Editorial Board, 2014-2019).

Testimonials

  • "I highly recommend the work of Christopher of Germany. His exactness, perfection of form, and radiant beauty of geometric form are spell-binding. His poetry is also of high value, in its simplicity of form, power of presentation and resoluteness of philosophy.”

Ralph M. DeSiano, American masonic artist and entrepreneur

  • "Christopher is serious, creative and precise in his work and with high level of knowledge.” 

Ferenc Sebok, acclaimed Hungarian/Belgian masonic artist

  • "Christopher is a person of creative, open and vivacious intelligence. Vast and precise knowledge. Excellent for collaboration in many matters."

Francesco Angioni, Italian author, translator and researcher of masonic literature 

About my book "Die Eine Reise" 

  • "Dem Autor ist es gelungen, auf wenigen Seiten, in verständlicher Sprache, einen mir zumindest teilweise rätselhaften Text zu komponieren, der zudem noch komplex und reich an Ebenen ist. Immer wenn ich glaubte etwas erkannt oder gar verstanden zu haben, entschwebten mir die nachfolgenden Zeilen erneut in eine andere Gedankenwelt, lösten sich auf in neuen Sachverhalten oder Konstellationen und ließen mich, weiter suchend, doch nicht immer findend, erneut zurück. Der Text wirkt auf mich erschütternd, märchenhaft und tröstend zugleich - ein Gefühlsgemisch, welches mir nicht alle Tage unterkommt."

Manfred Röschlau, Author of poetry and prose

  • "Die 'Reise nach Osten und nach Westen' ist ein metaphorischer Weg vom vom Dunkeln ans Licht. Es ist die symbol- und bildreiche Übertragung unserer Arbeit in Worte. Schön verfasst, damit wir nicht vergessen, dass das Geheimnis der Freimaurer in der Deutung der Bilder, Symbole und des rituellen Geschehens liegt."

 Klaus-Jürgen Grün, Philosopher

 Publications | Work

  • Received special thanks by The Montana Freemason Magazine Vol. 94 No. 5 for translation assistance in 2018.
  • "Die Eine Reise", two masonic short stories, limited edition hardcover, in 2017.
  • "Arbeitstafeln und Arbeitsteppiche", published in the  Quatuor Coronati Yearbook in 2015.
  • "Arbeitstafeln und Arbeitsteppiche", speech held at the 47th conference of Quatuor Coronati, Frankfurt a. M., 7-8 March 2015. 
  • TAU Nr. 1/2015 (QC)
    Poem published is LEISE.
  • Various works published in the WIDOWS SONS Magazine, DEC/2014.
  • Awarded the honorable title "Honorabilis Magister Artium Latomorum et Architecturae" or "Honorable Master of the Masonic Arts and Architecture", given on behalf of a dedicated Masonic life and professional achievements by Dimitar Mavrov, Executive Secretary of Association of Masonic Arts, in 2014.
  • Designed Three Pillars (W - S - B), dismountable and portable, built for masonic funerals for LzE Nr. 11.
  • TAU Nr. 1/2013 (QC) Poems published on page 5 and page 112 are FREIER MANN VON GUTEN RUF | KATECHISMUS (Humanist Catechism) | GLAUBENSBEKENNTNIS EINES HUMANISTEN (Humanist Credo).
  • HUMANITÄT 1/2013 (AF&AM) Article on pages16-18 shows Three Pillars (W - S- B) designed and built for SCHILLER Lodge Nr. 649.
  • Honored to have been awarded the "Three Roses Award" by Internetloge in 2012.
  • Designed Three Pillars (W - S- B) built for SCHILLER Lodge Nr. 649 in 2012.
  • TAU Nr. 1/2012 (QC) Selected works shown on pages 70 and 74 are KETTE DER HÄNDE | KETTE DER HERZEN.
  • Book cover illustration for "Menschenähnlichkeit" by Prof. Dr. Klaus-Jürgen Grün (Author) in 2012.
  • Illustrations for TEDxTalks / "Mut zur Lüge" by Prof. Dr. Klaus-Jürgen Grün in 2012.
  • TAU Nr. 2/2011 (QC) Poem published on page 21. Selected works shown on pages 53-58  are TUGEND | GENERATIO | OBELISK | OPUS MAGNUM | VEIL | W-S-B.

 Dilemma

  • “always hail, ever conceal, and never reveal, not print, paint, stamp, stain, cut, carve, mark, or engrave on any thing movable or immovable, capable of receiving the least impression of a word, syllable, letter, or character …”

The dilemma of masonic artists since, well, time immemorial. Certainly masonic artists do not betray The Craft but express the Beauty within a peculiar System of Morality, veiled in Allegory and illustrated by Symbols. Illustrated by Symbols. Here we go.

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