Members update: Jonathan Evens

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Revd Jonathan Evens, Priest-in-charge of St Stephen Walbrook, has organised a programme of art exhibitions at the church for 2015/16. The exhibition programme features: Alan Everett, commission4mission, Joe Machine, Kim Poor, National Society of Painters, Printers & Sculptors, and the Society of Catholic Artists. Click here for details of these exhibitions. The next exhibition at St […]

Members update: Valerie Dean

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Valerie Dean will have work in the forthcoming group show by the Society of Catholic Artists at St Stephen Walbrook and also in the Christmas display at the Wellhouse Gallery at Horndon on the Hill. The Society of Catholic Artists is for those engaged as professional or amateurs in the various disciplines of the visual […]

Autumn Newsletter

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Our Autumn Newsletter is now available featuring: Gift exhibition New members – Irina Bradley and Jacqui Parkinson Exhibitions and commissions by Valerie Dean, Tim Harrold, Anthony Hodgson, Emma Horsfield and Henry Shelton Click here to read the newsletter. Our thanks to Victoria Burton-Davey who has taken on the editing of the newsletter from Wendy McTernan.

Annual Report 2014/15

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In 2013/14 commission4mission gained charitable status and formed an ongoing partnership with Oasis Trust. We exhibited for a second time at St Stephen Walbrook and as part of the H’Art Festival in Havering. We began an annual service celebrating the Arts. During 2014/15 commission4mission: received approval from the Charity Commission of our application to become a registered charity (Registered charity no.1161109). Our thanks to […]

Members update: Tim Harrold

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Tim Harrold, John Espin and Michael Murphy will be exhibiting in ‘Stillness Speaks’ at Romford Quaker House (7 Balgores Crescent, Gidea Park RM2 6AB) from Saturday 31st October to Sunday 1st November (10.00am – 4.00pm). Their exhibition will be supported by an exhibition of art from children of Quaker members. Presentations by the artists can be […]