Archive for the “Art Exhibition” category

A visual theology of the Kingdom

by Geoff Hall on June 16, 2015

  When I gave out 25 disposable cameras to the Trinity College community in the autumn of 2014, I had every thought that I’d need to work a pronounced visual transformation in the results. But the messy, humorous, half-in-half-out, blurred (…)

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Introducing…Sally Kidall

by Geoff Hall on May 28, 2013

Sally Kidall – ‘Nomadic City: lest we forget I’  2013.   This installation consists of 5 transparent fabric tents arranged concentrically within each other. Positioned and secured onto a bamboo raft structure as if washed up on the tide. The (…)

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Two of our artists at the Fresh Air Exhibition

by Geoff Hall on May 16, 2013

Hi, Sculptors Iain Cotton and Ali Thistlethwaite are both showing work at the Fresh Air Sculpture Show at Quenington Hall, near Cirencester in June. Please check out the poster for details:

Jane Lee & Marco Cazzulini at the RWA, Bristol

by Geoff Hall on April 5, 2013

Hi, Here’s to spreading some good news about two of our group and their inclusion at the Royal West of England Academy’s current exhibition “Drawn 2013”. Marco and Jane’s work is well worth a visit and Jane’s includes the stunning (…)

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Momentum – Eyeing the potency of colour

by Geoff Hall on January 18, 2012

Momentum – Eyeing the potency of colour in the work of Marco Cazzulini   Tomorrow we start a series with a new guest blogger, Marco Cazzulini, from the historical city of Bath Spa, UK!! To introduce this series there’s an (…)

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On Being an Artist – Johannes Manz Day Six

by Geoff Hall on January 16, 2012

Day Six– the penultimate session with Johannes and today we consider professional development. There is something special about a gallery isn’t there? It is made even more special when the owners have what you might call a spiritual presence, for (…)

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On Being an Artist – Johannes Manz Day Five

by Geoff Hall on January 13, 2012

Day Five of our series ‘On Being an Artist’ follows the thoughts and inspirations of Johannes Manz, the owner of the Aspekt Galerie in Neustadt, Germany. Johannes’ wife, Birgit is an artist who revels in Creation and her painterly style (…)

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On Being an Artist – Johannes Manz Day Four

by Geoff Hall on January 12, 2012

“Anspiel” (face-off), Oil on Canvas by Julia Belot   I remember my visit to Neustadt an der Weinstrasse to visit Johannes und Birgit Manz and see the Aspekt Galerie. Here were two people in Love with their God and also in love (…)

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Tony Martin Exhibition – Space, Grace & Line

by Geoff Hall on May 6, 2011

Hi Everyone, I met with Tony for a coffee at the Watershed Media Centre the other week and we had a great discussion about the vocation and calling of the artist and our concerns over the growth of kitsch! It (…)

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Jan Gossaert’s Renaissance

by Geoff Hall on March 16, 2011

Jan Gossaert at the National Gallery, London – 23rd February to 30th May, 2011.When I researched the Iconoclastic Disorders of the 16th Century for my BA (Honours) Degree over 20 years ago, I came across an enchanting painting by Jan Gossaert (…)

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