In 2017 commission4mission exhibited in The Hostry at Norwich Cathedral and held its fifth annual exhibition at St Stephen Walbrook.

Our exhibition at The Hostry was entitled ‘The Cross: designs & reflections’ and included work by members of commission4mission whose backgrounds include silversmithing, ceramics, stained glass, textiles, graphics, sculpture and painting.

Classical, modern and contemporary art and architecture beautifully combined for commission4mission’s fifh autumn exhibition at St Stephen Walbrook in the City of London. Entitled ‘Vision’, this exhibition began on Monday 4 September with our AGM and an opening night reception.

In 2018 we will exhibit at St Saviour’s Church in St Albans for the Alban Pilgrimage, as well as returning to St Stephen Walbrook in September.

Our most recent commission is a new East window designed by Henry Shelton and made by Richard Paton for All Saints Goodmayes.  News and information about other recent commissions can be found at our ‘Commissions’ page.  All c4m artists and their portfolios can be seen on the ‘Artists‘ page.

commission4mission (c4m) was formed to help revive and encourage the practice of commissioning and placing works of contemporary art in churches and other public places.  To enable this, we have a growing pool of professional artist members working in a variety of media and styles. Through art, we support churches in their ongoing mission, and also charities, as each year part of the proceeds from commissions is donated. In 2014 we gave a gift to Oasis and started to build an ongoing, mutual relationship with them. country-logoOasis aims to create safe places where everyone is included, where everyone has a chance to contribute and reach their God-given potential. more…


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