Archives for March 2015

Members’ update: Tim Harrold

Tim Harrold has posted an article at Transformation Thurrock about his latest assemblage. “Perestroika” is an assemblage of ‘found’ elements that was completed on the day of the Solar Eclipse, Friday 20 March 2015. Perestroika means restructuring and reforming; so the whole is about transformation, from one state to another. Tim writes that Found Art can be […]

Member’s update: Emma Horsfield

Emma Horsfield is working with major UK Cathedrals and churches in staging a touring solo exhibition featuring twelve paintings which give a visual narrative of the life of Christ. The exhibition is at Wakefield Cathedral until Wednesday 25 March. Other locations include: Selby Abbey 26 March – 30 April Snaith Priory 17th May – 24th May Ripon Cathedral 26th may […]

Visit to ‘In The Wilderness’

A commission4mission visit to see In The Wilderness, a Lent exhibition including paintings by Adam Boulter and poems by Malcolm Guite, is arranged for Saturday 28 March, meeting at St Margaret’s Westminster at 11.00am. All are welcome. ‘The biblical wilderness with its rocky mountainous desert has been a place of sanctuary and transformation for prophets and holy men […]

Latest commission4mission newsletter

Our latest newsletter has just been published. This edition of the newsletter has information about a commission4mission visit to Adam Boulter’s Lent exhibition at St Margaret Westminster, exhibitions by Jean Lamb and Henry Shelton, news of a prize won by Rob Floyd, and links to profiles of our newest members – Christine Garwood, Tim Harrold, […]

Members update: Henry Shelton

A set of Stations of the Cross by Henry Shelton, previously displayed at York Minister, will be displayed at St Stephen Walbrook from Monday 23rd March until Saturday 4th April. These will be available during church opening hours for personal prayer and reflection but Rev. Jonathan Evens will also lead a group in praying the […]