Rosalind Hore: Stations of the Cross

HoreStation3A set of Stations of the Cross by Rosalind Hore can currently be seen at St Laurence Upminster. Rosalind would like to place these Stations in a church on either a sale or donation basis.

Rosalind is a sculptor and painter of Christian subjects – Christ figures, nativity sets, Ecce Homo, Stations of the Cross etc. She works in clay, plaster, concrete (figures can also be bronze cast at the foundry). Her paintings are mostly in acrylic of the events in the life of Christ. Her work can currently be seen St Edmund’s Tyseley, St Laurence Upminster, and St Mary’s Goring-by-Sea. Rosalind seeks to express exaggerated emotion in her work through the use of elongated stylized figures, strong colour and sweeping folds, which exaggerate both movement and emotion. All these characteristics of her work are apparent in her Stations of the Cross. The Stations of the Cross have been a big influence on her and her work. Each of the Stations in this series feature three rose buds as a sign of the Trinity.