I've always adored Russian and Greek Orthodox art. I have a little Russian Orthodox carving of the Blessed Mother, the Christ child, and (grown up) Jesus on my altar; the portrait of Saint Lucy on my altar is Greek Orthodox. I bought the Mary-child-Jesus carving for $6 at Archangel Bookstore (a Russian Orthodox book and religious supply store) in the Inner Sunset. The priests who work behind the counter at Archangel are both very sweet and very deadpan.
I went in Solstice night 2006 with Melissa, after we'd done some rituals at Ocean Beach, and we had the most hilarious conversation about saints I think I've ever had with a priest. I was looking at all of the amazing icons at Archangel, and explaining to M. that I'd found this eery and gorgeous portrait of a female saint holding a set of eyes on a plate at my parents' house; that I was pretty sure that it was Greek Orthodox, but that I had no idea how the hell it had come into my family, since they're Italian-Catholic.
The priest behind the counter just jumped in "Oh, that's Saint Lucy! Do you know her story?"
"No, what is it? Tell me!"