Exhibition – Hans Feibusch: the Unseen Drawings at Pallant House Gallery

German émigré artist Hans Feibusch painted a number of murals in churches in the Diocese of Chichester. A forthcoming display at Pallant House Gallery in Chichester provides an opportunity to see work by the artist which has not been previously exhibited. The works include preparatory studies for murals featuring Christian and classical mythology imagery. Classical … More Exhibition – Hans Feibusch: the Unseen Drawings at Pallant House Gallery

The Night before Christmas – concert at Boxgrove Priory, 3 December

7.30pm, £15 (concessions available) Includes a glass of wine. Music from the Southdown Concert Band. Tickets sold in after Sunday Mass at Boxgrove Priory and from Boxgrove Village Stores. Sponsored by the Friends of Boxgrove Priory.   Boxgrove Priory is a beautiful church, with a painted ceiling by Lambert Barnard (painter of the panels in … More The Night before Christmas – concert at Boxgrove Priory, 3 December

Discussion Group: Galia Amsel’s ‘Connection’ – 14 December

3pm, the Bishop’s Palace, Chichester An opportunity to view and discuss the current temporary installation at Chichester Cathedral, a glass and light sculpture by Galia Amsel entitled ‘Connection’. As in previous sessions, we will spend some time viewing the piece, then adjourn to the Sherbourne Room at the Bishop’s Palace for a discussion. Further information … More Discussion Group: Galia Amsel’s ‘Connection’ – 14 December

Talks in London on the Year of Mercy and proposed stained glass windows

St Patrick’s Church in Soho is holding a series of talks over the coming months in thanksgiving for the Year of Mercy (an initiative which has also taken place in this Diocese) and reflecting upon the themes of a new proposed series of stained glass windows. The next talk is on Monday 17th October at … More Talks in London on the Year of Mercy and proposed stained glass windows

Discussing Ana Maria Pacheco’s work in Chichester Cathedral

On Saturday 15th October, I hosted a group discussion about the works by Ana Maria Pacheco, currently showing at Chichester Cathedral (to 14 November). The headline exhibit is the multi-figure installation Shadows of the Wanderer (2008). Inspired by a passage in the Aeneid in which Aeneas carries his father on his shoulders as they flee the war-ravaged city … More Discussing Ana Maria Pacheco’s work in Chichester Cathedral

30 September – William Blake’s ‘The Agony in the Garden’

Originally posted on agnellusmirror:
William Blake, The Agony in the Garden, c.1799-1800. Tempera on iron. Tate Britain. Image released under a Creative Commons license. ? Blake’s The Agony in the Garden is a highly original take on this scene from Luke’s Gospel. According to Luke 22:41-45, Christ kneels, praying to the Father to ‘remove this cup…

29 September – William Blake’s ‘Angel Appearing to Zacharias’

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William Blake, The Angel Appearing to Zacharias. c.1799-1800. Pen, ink, tempera and glue on canvas. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Image released under the Metropolitan Museum’s Open Access for Scholarly Comment scheme. ? The pictures posted today and tomorrow are from another series of pictures of biblical subjects painted by William…

Methodist Art Collection to show in Haywards Heath

Works from the renowned Methodist Art Collection will be showing at two venues in Haywards Heath next summer. The theme of the exhibition is ‘Walking on Water’. This will be an opportunity to see some of this fantastic collection here in Sussex. The exhibition is at Haywards Heath Methodist Church and the United Reformed Church, … More Methodist Art Collection to show in Haywards Heath