Members update: Jonathan Evens & Rob Floyd

Jonathan Evens will be talking about the Art Trail for the Barking Episcopal Area to the Friends of Valence House on Tuesday 12th May at 3.00pm. The Art Trail was created for the Barking Episcopal Area by commission4mission and aims to raise awareness of the rich and diverse range of modern and contemporary arts and crafts from 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 […]

Members update

The Menier Gallery will be hosting the 80th annual exhibition of The National Society of Painters, Sculptors and Printmakers from Tuesday 10 – Saturday 21 September. This is an opportunity for the public to see a broad range of work encompassing a dynamic mixture of contemporary paintings, sculpture and printmaking by well established artists from […]

Recent reviews: Jonathan Evens

Jonathan Evens has recently had a book review published by the Journal of Theological Studies and an exhibition review by the Church Times. His book review is of: Bridge to Wonder: Art as a Gospel of Beauty. By CECILIA GONZALEZ-ANDRIEU. Jonathan Evens The Journal of Theological Studies 2013; doi: 10.1093/jts/flt004 Bridge to Wonder is described by its publisher […]

Approaches to church-based exhibitions

Jonathan Evens has a review in the latest issue of Art & Christianity. Although a review of the Resurrection exhibition held by Christian Arts at Bury St Edmonds, the piece also questions, as a stimulus to debate, approaches taken by Christian arts organisations such as Christian Arts and commission4mission to the church-based exhibitions we organise. […]