These are draft version of the Stations that are displayed in the seminary chapel. I am afraid that I don’t know the painter.
While Jesus was a Hebrew, and thus neither white nor brown-skinned, when we hear that God became man, we imagine Jesus as a man according to our own cultural norms. It is very important in missions that Jesus is not the God of the white-skins, but the God of all peoples, the universal Logos. Therefore, I think that it is a good mark of the reception of the Gospel within Melanesian culture that native artists can imagine the Gospel scenes with Melanesians.
An often overlooked truth that always comes to my mind when I think about the Stations is that not even Jesus could carry his own cross. Our crosses are meant to be shared; they are not private burdens. Alone, our individual crosses will crush us . . .