Archives for October 2009

Passion, sacrifice & love

Sarah Ollerenshaw is currently exhibiting in a two woman show at the Seascape Gallery (Godalming, Surrey). The Gallery says that this is “a contrasting exhibition by Sarah Ollerenshaw and Sally Firino. Sally’s work uses a single line to portray a place or a moment in time leaving space for the viewer to fill with their […]

Wildlife, myth & folklore

Celia Ward is currently exhibiting at the New End Gallery Hampstead in a show entitled “Wildlife, Myth and Folklore” which runs until 15th November. The Gallery write that: “Celia Ward’s pictures are beautiful. Whether it’s her little egrets in their natural habitat at Stiffkey Marsh or wild violets in the wetlands, her pictures are more […]

Sarah Ollerenshaw

Walking with the Father In the Quiet Sarah Ollerenshaw is an emerging artist with a background in fine art restoration. She studied Spanish and History of Art at Birmingham University and then took a postgraduate diploma at Christie’s which led on to an apprenticeship in restoration and conservation. Throughout her studies and restoration work she […]

Regeneration arts project

Fr. Benjamin Wallace Jonathan Evens has begun a new public art project in collaboration with Fr. Benjamin Wallace, Vicar of St Georges Barkingside. The project involves photographing and painting the Gants Hill area on a roughly monthly basis during the period of its current regeneration. Jonathan’s photographs will be posted on his blog and both […]

Caroline Richardson

‘Tree of Life’ – St Lukes Chapel, Queens Hospital Romford Tranquility Caroline Richardson studied Architectural Glass at Central Saint Martin’s School of Art and Design. She is particularly interested in using the colour and transparency of glass to create layers of images within her work, sometimes using light to add depth or colour. Caroline combines […]