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Friday, 19 September 2014

Presence: Visualising the Numinous

I will be taking part in the next commission4mission exhibition which is entitled ‘Presence’ and aims to visualise the numinous. It will be held at St Stephen Walbrook, London, EC4N 8BN, from Monday 29 September to Friday 17 October, 10.00 am – 4.00 pm (closed on Saturdays and Sundays).

The opening night event will be on Monday 29 September, 6.30 – 9.00 pm, with Stephen Cottrell, Bishop of Chelmsford and Patron of commission4mission, as guest speaker. All are welcome. commission4mission’s AGM will be held that same evening at 6.00pm.

The exhibition includes work by Ross Ashmore, Ally Ashworth, Hayley Bowen, John Gentry, Clorinda Goodman, Jean Lamb, David Millidge, Janet Roberts, Francesca Ross, Henry Shelton and Peter Webb, among others. In addition to the exciting and varied work of commission4mission artists, visitors to the exhibition can view the splendour of this Christopher Wren designed building with its altar by Henry Moore and kneelers by Patrick Heron. For more information phone 020 8599 2170.

Our Inspire! show at St Stephen Walbrook last year was agreed by all to have been a success and we expect this year’s show to be better yet. The venue presents an excellent spur for the production of stunning new work, and our past experience of the scale of the space available will inform our decisions as to the size and nature of our submissions this year. The title of the exhibition, “Presence”, is a very comprehensive concept. As was the case last year, our original Christmas Cards will be on sale during the exhibition.


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