Members update: Adeliza Mole, Dorothy Morris, John Gentry & Jonathan Evens

Adeliza Mole is exhibiting in We Are Forest at Sticks Contemporary, Unit 15, Gosport Precinct, South Street, Gosport PO12 1HA from 7 March – 7 April, Wednesday to Saturday, 11am to 4pm. Artikinesis will be presenting a room-sized artwork exploring our relationship with trees. Visitors can watch the artwork as it grows in the week before […]

Christmas e-news

commission4mission‘s e-news for Christmas has recently been sent out. Our thanks to Victoria Norton. Please enjoy looking over our forthcoming exhibitions and past events. In this newsletter we feature Victoria Norton, Clorinda Goodman and Judy Goring. We have welcomed several new artists to commission4mission this year, there are more included in this newsletter (Susan Latchford, Dorothy Morris and Lucy Crabtree) and more to come […]

New member: Dorothy Morris

Dorothy Morris writes: ‘I am usually ‘inspired’ by social events hence my exhibition of ‘Life on the estuary’ and the ‘Last Three Seine Net Fishing Boats’ at The National Waterfront Museum, July 2012. I was also inspired by daunting social injustices to produce my latest exhibition in The White Room at The Grand Theatre Swansea, […]

Dorothy Morris

Dorothy Morris writes: ‘I am usually ‘inspired’ by social events hence my exhibition of ‘Life on the estuary’ and the ‘Last Three Seine Net Fishing Boats’ at The National Waterfront Museum, July 2012. I was also inspired by daunting social injustices to produce my latest exhibition in The White Room at The Grand Theatre Swansea, 6th to 23rd November 2012. ‘We Are sacred, We Are Beautiful’ after viewing an image of a woman being stoned to death. For me art is an empowering medium to portray ideas more directly than words and although I trained initially in Fashion and textiles and ‘enjoy’ the decorative arts, I believe art can be used to record or produce profound and lasting statements and I admire so many artists who have used their work in this way.’

1, All Gods Children ( inspired by travels to Malawi 2015)
2, Street kids ( observed in Amritsar, Northern India )
3, Unborn ( Inspired by watching a programme on TV of an orphanage in Bulgaria where the children only managed to leave if they died.)
4, Under a Hot Sun ( inspired by the hard-working women of Malawi)
5, ”When We Wreck this World” ( inspired by concerns of our exploitation of our planet)
6, Naomi as part of a project “We Are Sacred, We Are Beautiful” this project involved 20 women who volunteered to pose naked as a protest of the ill-treatment of women who have been tortured or stoned to death by a barbaric culture.
7, Evidence of Civilisation ( inspired by all the litter debris and packaging that pollutes our world”
8, Fishermen on the Towy( inspired by the ancient art of seine net fishing on the river Towy)
9, The calf and the temple ( inspired by my visit to Northern India and the relationship between the very rich and the very poor)
10, Lily’s Wall, ( a statement about the fragility of our planet and how easily nature can be damaged by man’s ignorance, just like wallpaper it can be peeled away leaving nothing but emptiness)
11, The Tea maker, (there was something spiritual about this simple man and the service he provided)
12, Orphans, ( one of the many ceramic figures I created after watching the state of the children in a Bulgarian orphanage)

Greenspace Gallery & Dorothy Morris

Greenspace Gallery in Carmarthen is run by our newest member, Dorothy Morris. Greenspace is holding its Christmas Party on Saturday, November 25th at 2 pm. Greenspace Gallery has a new show of local artists work (including pieces by Dorothy and Karl Taylor) and would love you to come and join them for an afternoon of […]