Where is God in our 21st century world?

Where is God in our 21st century world? is an exhibition of painting, sculpture and video at Oxo Tower Wharf for the curious and open-minded, for people of all faiths and none. It is bursting with richness and diversity, vulnerability and exploration, colour and fragility, treasure and beauty. This Easter, the Chaiya Art Awards showcases […]

Members update: Jean Lamb

‘The Stations of the Holocaust’ by artist Jean Lamb is a thought-provoking exhibition comprising of 14 ‘stations’ or pieces of art which have been carved out of elm wood, cast and then painted.  Each one illustrates part of the story of Jesus’ life from the time of his trial to the time of his burial; […]

Jean Lamb

Jean Lamb is a professional artist and associate priest in the Church of England with over 30 years experience of making art for and with the Christian community. She graduated from Reading University in 1979, specialising in Fine Art (B.A.Hons.) She then continued her studies in Theology, obtaining an Oxford Certificate in Theology from St Stephen’s House in 1984. Her postgraduate MA degree was in Fine Art at Nottingham Trent University, 1988.

Members update

Jean Lamb – ‘Stations of the Holocaust’ in Norwich This striking exhibition by sculptor, priest and commission4mission member Jean Lamb will be on display in the south aisle of Norwich Cathedral throughout Lent. The work, which was shown at Coventry Cathedral last year, depicts the last hours of Jesus’s life shown alongside representations of the […]

Reviews, exhibitions and a prize

Jean Lamb’s Stations of the Holocaust exhibition at Coventry Cathedral has been reviewed in the Church Times, where Pat Ashworth writes: “In naïve style and using earth pigments with splashes of primary colours in the garb of women, children, and angels, the reliefs shock and sear with the muscular physicality of Christ’s dominating presence in the foreground of […]