Newsletter 20 – February 2014

Inspire: art as spiritual exploration ‘Inspire: art as spiritual exploration’ was one of commission4mission’s most varied, exciting and interesting shows. It was also one of our most successful in terms of sales of work. Comments on the exhibition included: “Beautiful church and amazing art exhibition, really peaceful. Thank you for your initiative. Very much enjoyed […]

commission4mission’s Greenbelt market stall

commission4mission’s market stall at this year’s Greenbelt Festival has been organised for us by Harvey Bradley, who will be showing ceramics and paintings at the stall. Harvey’s work will be supplemented by a selection of original work from Hayley Bowen, Ally Clarke, Elizabeth Duncan Meyer, Jonathan Evens, Mark Lewis, Caroline Richardson, Joy Rousell Stone, Henry Shelton and […]

franciscan: three articles

Three commission4mission members have written articles on the arts for the latest edition of franciscan, which is published three times a year by the First Order brothers and sisters and includes articles on Franciscan themes, as well as book reviews and news of the Society. The three articles are: Facets of faith: the gospel in modern and contemporary art by […]

Response to ‘Incarnation’

Midnight Church by Elizabeth Duncan Meyer Transforming Power by Caroline Richardson Wendy McTernan curated and organised an excellent commission4mission exhibition at Wimbledon Library Gallery. Those who came appreciated the look and feel of the show, our invigilators had several valuable conversations with those who came, we also made a number of new contacts and gained new members. Midnight […]

c4m exhibition @ All Saints Woodford Wells