Come and see two of my latest art works at this group show in Chelsea. Until March 7th.
Here’s a hanging I made a few months ago for my local church. I think we need to play up the little bit of aggression Jesus shows, to balance the love and peace stuff. That’s also why his exorcisms attract me – they are very physical.
Let’s hope my art one day gets into the paper as art not protest! But it’s a start.
This is me wearing my Brexit warning sign sandwich board. I’m only a moderate Remainer, but I thought it would be fun to take this sign along to their protest. They were glad to see me. The guy pointing at it was on the evening news, confronting Theresa Villiers MP. I left the sign with him.
I have an art work currently showing at St Mary Aldemary in the City, home of the alternative church Moot. Here it is prior to installation.
And here it is installed:
Listen to me discussing my faith journey with Justin Brierley of Premier Radio – it was quite fun holding forth about myself!
Thanks to Matthew Parris for engaging with my book in his Spectator column this week. He calls it ‘challenging’, which I hope does not just mean that it is sometimes difficult to understand. My main hope for the book is that atheist humanists find it challenging in another sense.
I made this for Christmas and have only just got round to posting.
I am part of a panel discussion event this Saturday – part of the Southbank’s Belief and Beyond Belief series. Come along!