Archives for July 2010

Reflect: Sergiy Shkanov

Sergiy Shkanov Sergiy with visitors to the exhibition ‘Easter Soon’ Sergiy Shkanov’s summer exhibition at St Andrew’s Leytonstone, part of the Reflect programme run by the church, will end after tomorrow’s 10.00am Mass. The exhibition reflected aspects of the diversity of Sergiy’s work with abstract, figurative and symbolic work all featuring. Born in Kyiv, Ukraine, […]

Robert Enoch

‘Resurrection’ at the Brightlights Festival ‘The Cup at Gethsemene’ Robert Enoch makes art, films and photographs. His art is an exciting exploration of colour, form, movement and meaning. He makes artistic interpretations of the Bible in a visionary form, has made artistic installations for the church that visually explore and interpret the Gospels and has […]

Go Well, Be Well

Ally Clarke “Oh My Word” bottled water Ally Clarke has been involved in several recent collaborative projects, the latest being a commissioned work for Camberwell Arts Week. Oh My Word (Gillian Arnold, Ally Clarke, Claire Hart and Holly Robertson) charted the water flow from Camberwell’s ancient well through installation, printing and textile art. As well […]

Commission dedication & networking afternoon

Bishop David, Fr. Ben Rutt-Field & Henry Shelton Bishop David & Fr. Ben praying Station I “For Christian art to have any significance and empathy it must be Spirit-driven, Spirit-imprinted. It should stimulate both our imaginations and our prayers.” Such is the belief of Fr Benjamin Rutt-Field, Parish Priest of St Paul’s Goodmayes, who has […]

Summer exhibitions

‘Nice To See You’ by Sergiy Shkanov ‘Trinity’ by Sergiy Shkanov Reflect at St Andrew’s Leytonstone is to host a Summer Arts Exhibition by Sergiy Shkanov between 17th – 24th July from 12 noon – 2.00pm (closed Sunday 18th and Monday 19th). Originally from the Ukraine but now a local artist, Sergiy works with stained […]