My deepest condolences. May she rest in peace!
Isabel was a wonderful friend. We were fellow researchers on the Shroud of Turin and metin 1989 in Paris, France at an international conference on the Shroud. We have been friends ever since. She was a remarkable person and a true prodigy. She was reading at age two! She and her sister Edith painted a 400 square foot mural in the Vatican library at age 14! She told her beloved father at age two that she would be the "painter of the resurrection" and indeed she was and was reflected in all her work. I love you Isabel, rest in peace, may you be face to face with our savior who was the subject of your life.
Our pastor Msgr. James Gehl asked us how we could improve our Eucharistic chapel. We recommended Isabel as we were familiar with her work at the retreat center for the Society Devoted to the Sacred Heart. Little did we know of the vast talent she shared with the world. We are blessed to have Isabel design two windows in the Eucharistic Chapel at St. Euphrasia in Granada Hills, CA. Thank you for your gift of love & talent we will remember you always.