Archives for 2009

Airbrushed from Art History?

Jonathan Evens is asking for help with a Personal Development project that he is currently undertaking. The project involves him firstly in reviewing and updating his reading on Christian influences on Modern and Contemporary Art and secondly in posting summaries of these influences at his blog. He is calling the series of posts ‘Airbrushed from […]

Guest post on Commission For Mission

Jonathan Evens has been asked to write a guest post for Phil’s Treehouse, the blog of Revd. Philip Ritchie, about Commission For Mission. Philip has responsibility for lay education and training in the Diocese of Chelmsford and he writes that he is delighted to publicise the exciting initiative in mission and art that Commission For […]

David Hawkins

David Hawkins, the Bishop of Barking and Patron of Commission For Mission, describes himself as an artist first and priest second. He is inspired by landscape, with most of what he paints having its inspiration in landscape. There are a large number of artists and periods that he finds absorbing but what fires him most […]

Peter Webb

Supper at Emmaus The Betrayal Peter Webb is a Fine Artist and former Art Teacher. His commissions include paintings of St George and also of the Supper at Emmaus. His painting of the The Betrayal can be viewed at St Marys Woodford. Peter is a member of the Faith & Image group and is a […]

Art & Spirituality exhibition

Together with St Andrew’s Church Leytonstone we are planning to hold a summer exhibition on the theme of Art and Spirituality for the Leytonstone Festival and Leytonstone Arts Trail. The exhibition details are as follows: Community launch and preview: Sunday 5 July, 2009 , 12 noon – 2pm. Exhibition Opening Times: Tuesday 7 – Thursday […]