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: 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 […]

Members update

Henry Shelton’s eucharistic painting given as a retirement gift to Fr. Benjamin Rutt-Field has been included in the current edition of the Church Times. Christopher Clack is among an exciting group of eight artists exhibiting in That’s Not What, a multi-disciplinary survey of painting, drawing, prints and objects – presenting formal explorations of colour and […]

‘Deconstructing c o n f l i c t’ and the Church Times

Among the news items in today’s edition of the Church Times is a photo from our Deconstructing c o n f l i c t exhibition at Chelmsford Cathedral. The photo shows ‘Statistic Death’, one of Maciej Hoffman’s large, dramatic works which graphically depict the reality of suffering and pain caused by conflict.

Members’ update: Clack, Evens and Pavliv-Tokarska

Christopher Clack has been included in the Creekside Open 2013 exhibition selected by Paul Noble – 2 – 26 May, Thursday to Sunday from 12noon to 5pm, free entry at the Art in Perpetuity Trust (APT), Harold Wharf, 6 Creekside, Deptford, London SE8 4SA. APT is a registered charity committed to promoting the value of creativity through the visual arts.  Located in South […]