‘Gift’ exhibition reception

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Tonight we held a well-attended opening night reception for the ‘Gift’ exhibition. Jonathan Evens said: “commission4mission’s ‘Gift’ exhibition anticipates the traditional season of giving associated with the Christian festival of Christmas, but is intended as a broad theme open to wider interpretation. Our artists showcase their individual engagements with this theme and so, while, as […]

‘Gift’ exhibition – initial hang

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commission4mission’s third exhibition in the setting of St Stephen Walbrook was hung today. The exhibition, which is entitled ‘Gift’, anticipates the traditional season of giving associated with the Christian festival of Christmas, but is intended as a broad theme open to wider interpretation. commission4mission artists taking part showcase their individual engagements with the theme. Our artists […]

New member: Irina Bradley

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Irina Bradley specialises in traditional icon painting which is a contemplative practice for the artist. She uses egg tempera and natural earth and mineral pigments, as well as 23 1/2 carat genuine gold leaf to create her icons on wooden gesso panels. Having recently completed her doctorate with the main focus on the image of […]

Anita Collier at ‘Gift’

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Anita Collier will be showing work in our ‘Gift’ exhibition as a guest artist. The work she will be showing includes her ‘The Gift’ sculpture as a bronze. We first encountered Anita and her work through the Run with the Fire project, when she used the resources to run a community art exhibition and creative workshops. […]

‘Gift’ in the City

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Classical, modern and contemporary art and architecture beautifully combine for commission4mission’s third exhibition in the setting of St Stephen Walbrook. ‘Gift’ anticipates the traditional season of giving associated with the Christian festival of Christmas, but is intended as a broad theme open to wider interpretation. c4m artists taking part will showcase their individual engagements with the theme. […]