Anna DuMoulin: Artist and Iconographer

The Theotokos of Korsun, by iconographer Anna DuMoulin

I grew up steeped in art and in Orthodoxy as a daughter of a well-known iconographer. It didn’t take long for me to combine the two most important elements in my life! After receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts from an up-and-coming art school in New Hampshire, I began the long and often challenging process of strengthening my faith and serving the Church with my art. I studied iconography under my father, Fr. Andrew Tregubov, and went on to start my own little studio in conjunction with his. I mainly paint private devotional icons for commission and I recently developed a pattern for traditional baptismal robes for infants that I custom sew. A mother of two (one special needs), I live with my husband in White River Junction, Vermont, and work from home.

Hand-sewn baptismal robe

Throughout my years of giving glory to God through the work of my hands, I have been challenged and tested. I have lost faith in my abilities, only to find them again. Because of hardship and heartache, I have learned what it means to be truly faithful and to bear witness to Christ. In thankfulness, I create my work so that in some small way, I can share some of the beauty of our faith and of the profound love that our Lord holds for us with others!

Hand-sewn baptismal robe

Artist and iconographer Anna DuMoulin currently lives in Vermont with her husband Justin (SVOTS ’10) and their two children. She maintains an iconography studio, Bright Icons, as well as a online shop, Orthodox Baptismal Robes.

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