About Us

We are a growing group of spiritual, creative beings practicing contemplative prayer through the ancient practice of iconography in the Russian-Byzantine method of icon writing as taught by Master Iconographer–Vladislav Andrejev, founder of the Prosopon School of Iconology.

During the March, 2014 workshop with Mr. Andrejev at the Shrine of St. Anthony in Ellicott City, Md. we requested permission to form an icon guild of Prosopon students.  We officially formed our guild on May 31, 2014 and under popular vote, named our group Archangel Michael Icon Guild.  Archangel Michael is the first icon new students learn to write in the Prosopon School, so we felt it appropriate to name it as such.

Six day icon workshops taught by Master Iconographer Vladislav Andrejev are held each year in Spring unless otherwise noted (see the link titled “Workshops and Events” on the home page) with a minimum of 15 students is required to hold the workshops with a maximum of 22–24 students.

Consistently attending Guild Meetings is one of the best ways to explore iconography–during the meetings one learns more about the practice of iconography and the opportunities available to you to consider if this is the “call” you’ve been waiting for!

We cordially invite anyone interested in contemplative prayer and agreeing to adopt the methods taught by Vladislav Andrejev–to join us several times each month for “Prayers through Pigment.”  Please see schedule under the link “Guild Meetings/Prayers and Practice.”

Tatiana and Mick at the Shrine of St. Anthony Ellicott City, MD

Beginning Monday, February 4, 2019 — Icon classes with Tatiana Gubenko, (a student of Prosopon recently made an Instructor in 2018!) offers Open Studio in her Great Falls, Virginia location.  Please call Tatiana (571) 426-0319 to reserve your space for Mondays or email tagubenko@yahoo.com.  Class time begins promptly 10:00 am.  Evening hours available.

Please call Mick (410) 303-2392 if you wish to become a member or would like more information.








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