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 […]

Members update: Jacqui Parkinson & Jonathan Evens

Jacqui Parkinson spent three years exploring the book of Revelation: this has become a spectacular exhibition consisting of 14 huge panels.  Threads through Revelation is now touring major cathedrals all over the UK. ‘Threads through Revelation’ will be at Norwich Cathedral from  2 March to 16 April 2017 and is then off to Chester Cathedral – Peterborough […]

Members update: Hayley Bowen, Chris Clack, Jonathan Evens & John Gentry

John Gentry has four etchings on show at Lisa Anderson’s Wellhouse Gallery Horndon on the Hill, Stanford-le-Hope, Essex. Hayley Bowen is exhibiting in a show called ‘Bah Humbug’ with the KAOS Artist’s Group, at Cass Art in Kingston from Friday 25th November until December 8th. This is an affordable art exhibition with Christmas in mind. All […]

June 2015 Newsletter

Our latest newsletter has information about St Alban’s Romford, the venue for our launch in 2009, based on an article written for ArtWay by our secretary, Jonathan Evens. There is also information about The Bridge exhibition at St Martin-in-the-Fields, a service series linked to the Guildhall Art Gallery at St Stephen Walbrook, and exhibitions or […]

Members update: Jonathan Evens

Jonathan Evens has had a feature article based on his sabbatical art pilgrimage published by the Church Times. In it he highlights ‘hidden gems’ of the sacred art revival in the twentieth century; churches which do not have iconic profiles and therefore demonstrate that the engagement of artists with churches in that period meant more […]