Thank you so much, ialmisry, for the beautiful icons. I don't have a color printer, but will save them and look for a place to buy one of them. Since my cousin isn't Orthodox, she wouldn't venerate the icon, but she'd love it. Her son, Greg, is a committed evangelical Presbyterian Christian.
Alveus Lacuna, thank you for your helpful reply. If the Armenians don't have the same theology of icons as post-St. John of Damascus churches, that helps with a dilemma I'm in, about giving icons as gifts to those who love Christ and other Christians, and would respect the icons and love looking at them, but would not venerate them? I gave a Resurrection icon to a very good friend (Charismatic Episcopal Church) when her husband died, but I had second thoughts about it later. She's a Christian artist and she values it very much and gives it a place of honor in her house. She's moving now, and I've "borrowed it back" for Pascha. She wants to be sure I'll return it to her as soon as she moves into her new home.