Reflection exhibition update

ReflectionfinaWe are able to confirm an additional number of our artist’s who will be exhibiting at St Stephen Walbrook as part of the Reflection exhibition. In addition to Christopher Clack, Valerie Dean, Jonathan Evens, Tim Harrold, Anthony Hodgson and Peter Webb, exhibiting artists include John Gentry, Clorinda Goodman and Janet Roberts, among others.

Clorinda Goodman will show her latest sculpture, a carving of St Cedd in portlandCG - St Cedd stone. Following the exhibition, this carving will be displayed in St Cedd’s Chapel at Chelmsford Cathedral from mid-September to Epiphany.
In the finished version of this piece Clorinda has included several images among the flowing hair of St Cedd. These are a bit like a pictogram, telling the story of his life, apart from the end of his life at Lastingham. The images on the left depict Lindisfarne, the boat in which he sailed to Essex, the Chapel at Bradwell and the Synod of Whitby. On the right he has the keys of St Peter to symbolise the outcome of the Synod – i.e. following the Roman rather than Celtic/Irish church. His hair turns into waves on the left, and on the right it turns into fire for the Holy Spirit.
IMG0286BReflection will be at St Stephen Walbrook (39 Walbrook, London EC4N 8BN), Tuesday 6 – Friday 16 September (Weekdays 10.00am – 4.00pm, Weds 11.00am – 3.00pm). An exhibition reception (6.30pm) and commission4mission’s AGM (5.30pm) will be held on Tuesday 6 September.