No, because The Father is unseen. Christ is actually unseen, too; He is physical only by taking on human nature, as well. So, The Holy Trinity is only knowable noetically, can only be seen with the eyes of the soul. Depicting The Father takes one very far from The Truth. Even icons of Christ should be approached as not to think that He is only human, or that He somehow mixed Himself with human nature (He only united Himself with human nature to teach us how be like Him, how to be gods).