New members: Eugenia Jacobs, Lucy Morrish, Irene Novelli

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Eugenia Jacobs is an iconographer. Her Christ in Glory features Christ sitting on a throne of judgment, the symbols of the four evangelists in the corners and celestial being around his throne. Lucy Morrish has always been extremely fond of architecture and Christian art since a very young age. Strong memories of her childhood include […]

Eugenia Jacobs

Evgenia Jacobs

Eugenia Jacobs is an icongrapher. Her Christ in Glory features Christ sitting on a throne of judgment, the symbols of the four evangelists in the corners and celestial being around his throne.

Irene Novelli

Irene Novelli

Irene Novelli paints christian icons according to the byzantine tradition. She has been practicing iconography for a few years with Irina Bradley and as an occasional student at the Prince’s Foundation School of Traditional Arts in London.

Lucy Thomasin Morrish

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Lucy Morrish has always been extremely fond of architecture and Christian art since a very young age. Strong memories of her childhood include visiting Burton Dassett Church where she was filled with joy and beauty and this left a strong impression from childhood which can now clearly seen in her work. She currently attends the Prince’s Foundation School of Traditional Arts. She paints icons and illuminated manuscripts with a christian meaning with help from her master icon painter Dr. Irina Bradley. One theme she is exploring is an ancient manuscript called Joseph the Just and Aseneth his wife. She hopes to create a scene involving an episode in the manuscript where Aseneth gets swarmed by bees and becomes a City of Refuge.

New member: Dorothy Morris

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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, […]