Members update: Rodney Munday & Jonathan Evens

Rodney Munday has written about his sculpture of St. Edmund in Oxford, and where he stands with regard to art today, for Quad, his Alumni magazine. He writes: ‘Making a sculpture of a figure from the past is like writing an historical novel. You gather as many facts as are available; form an opinion about the possible […]

Members update: Deborah Harrison

Deborah Harrison is exhibiting in the Sculpture & Ceramics Exhibition 2018 at the ROA Gallery in London. This is an annual exhibition which aims to introduce sculptors and ceramicists from varying practices and from around the world. Bringing together vastly contrasting pieces from organic forms immortalised alluring stone to stainless steel abstract structures. Preview Evening Monday, 16th July […]

New member: Rodney Munday

New member Rodney Munday says ‘I work in clay for sculpture to be cast in bronze or bronze resin. My first love is for the human form, although I have also produced many animals. In recent years, I have had the fortune to be granted a number of public commissions, and these frequently, whether specifically […]

Rodney Munday

I work in clay for sculpture to be cast in bronze or bronze resin. My first love is for the human form, although I have also produced many animals. In recent years, I have had the fortune to be granted a number of public commissions, and these frequently, whether specifically Christian or not, have given me the opportunity to give expression to my faith.

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.