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Sunday, 22 May 2016

The Divine Image: For mercy has a human heart

During Refugee Week 2016, British artist Hannah Rose Thomas will be exhibiting her portrait paintings of refugees she has met in Jordan and the Calais ‘Jungle’ in the Crypt Gallery at St Pancras Church. Also to be displayed are the art projects Hannah organised with refugee children living in the refugee camps in Jordan and Calais.

Hannah studied Arabic in Jordan for a year and worked with Syrian refugees in the camps there for UNHCR. Her paintings are living stories. Hannah's main patron is the Rev Canon Andrew White who has been discipling, supporting and nursing her talent.

The Haven+London has been giving Hannah support for her work and encouraging her to show the heart of God for the refugees through her art .

The Divine Image: For mercy has a human heart
June 21-12:00 am - July 25-5:00 pm
Hannah Rose Thomas
Open daily: 12pm – 5pm, and until 8pm on Tuesday 21
Private View: Monday 6-9pm
To mark World Refugee Day


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