Terry Ffyffe tribute

A year has passed since the untimely death of Terry Ffyffe and his brother Danny has marked Terry’s passing with a tribute to him in which he says: ‘Whether in his studies of human form or of the overwhelming indifference of the desert, Terry used his brushes and his insight to draw us toward contemplation […]

Interviews: Deborah Harrison & David Millidge

Deborah Harrison and David Millidge have both recently been interviewed about their work. Read the interviews here and here. Deborah says, ‘Alabaster is my favourite, as I love its translucency, grain, colour and smooth texture. A sculpture in alabaster is impossible to copy as the internal construction of the stone is so unique. I also […]

Members update: Christopher Clack & Jonathan Evens

Christopher Clack has work in the RA Summer Exhibition, the Ruth Borchard Self-Portrait Prize 2019, the National Original Print Exhibition 2019 and the Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair. Jonathan Evens has recently had a feature article published by Artlyst on ‘Art, Faith, Church Patronage and Modernity’. He also has a review of Peter Webster’s ‘Church and […]

New member: Sy Baker

Following Art college HDip Art & Design 1980 in West Sussex, Sy Baker trained as a Medical Illustrator / Photographer.  Since then his artwork has developed using mixed media and photography with painting & pastel in his most recent works, whether the project is for a Christian organisation, musician, individual or exhibition. ​Based in a small village near Bicester, led by the ‘breath’ of […]

Members update: Rodney Munday & Jonathan Evens

Rodney Munday has written about his sculpture of St. Edmund in Oxford, and where he stands with regard to art today, for Quad, his Alumni magazine. He writes: ‘Making a sculpture of a figure from the past is like writing an historical novel. You gather as many facts as are available; form an opinion about the possible […]

‘Reconciliation’ exhibition – photographs

David Millidge has provided the following images of our ‘Reconciliation’ exhibition at Coventry Cathedral. ‘Reconciliation’ is an exhibition by commission4mission artists in the Chapel of Christ the Servant at Coventry Cathedral (1 Hill Top, Coventry CV1 5AB) from 10 March – 12 April 2019. Cathedral opening hours: Mon to Sat – 10 am to 5 pm (Last entry for visitors is […]

commission4mission ART RETREAT

commission4mission ART RETREAT at The Othona Community, Bradwell-on-Sea, Essex Tuesday 7th – Friday 10th May 2019 A time for reflection, creativity and fellowship Cost: £159 per person, which includes meals, teas and coffees and accommodation. Places limited to about 12 people. Othona is located on a peaceful and inspirational corner of the Essex coast. Further details […]

‘Reconciliation’ exhibition – Private View

Mercurial Dance gave their final performance of the day at Coventry Cathedral just prior to the Private View of our ‘Reconciliation’ exhibition in the Chapel of Christ the Servant. The Route 10 project explores our relationship to health and wellbeing, and our bodies’ capacity to heal. The piece has been based on conversations with both health […]

‘Reconciliation’ exhibition – Coventry Cathedral

‘Reconciliation’ is an exhibition by commission4mission artists in the Chapel of Christ the Servant at Coventry Cathedral (1 Hill Top, Coventry CV1 5AB) from 10 March – 12 April 2019. Cathedral opening hours: Mon to Sat – 10 am to 5 pm (Last entry for visitors is 4 pm), Sun – 12 noon to 4 pm (Last entry is 3 […]

Members update: Michael Garaway & Mary Flitcroft

Michael Garaway will have work in Reading Guild of Artists 89th Annual Exhibition, Sir John Madejski Art Gallery, Reading Museum, Blagrave Street, Reading, UK. Dates: 27 February – 9 March 2019 He is also one of several local artists and makers showing at St John the Evangelist Parish Centre, Church Road, Woodley, Reading, RG5 4QN to support the upkeep of […]