Posts Tagged ‘English’
It is held at the Harry Ransom Center Archive in Texas USA.
New portraits for Quaker Peace week 1st to 9th October 2011.
Claudia Massey campaigns for political and economic justice. Growing up in a Quaker family provided her with morals and confidence to challenge injustice. She was a volunteer in Fiji. As an arts student, she is challenging her university‘s ties with an arms company
Candia Crosfield is a Quaker who helps young people find ways to resolve conflict. Working at St Ethelburga’s Centre for Reconciliation in London, she meets young people who carry knives because they are scared. She teaches them ways to defuse violence.
© John Angerson. 40″x 30″ C-type print
English Journey – Cotswolds, Bourton-on-the-Water.
The Old New Inn public house model village was built by a small team of local craftsmen, the village is a 1/9th replica of Bourton-on-the-Water, built from the local Cotswold stone. It was opened to the public on the Coronation day of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in 1937.
Equality, Peace, Simplicity and Truth - New prints just arrived.
New works for 2011.
By utilising the four Quaker testimonies – Equality, Peace, Simplicity and Truth to act as the narrative framework and by using a sympathetic and unobtrusive methodology, the project aims to uphold the values held by the Society of Friends (Quakers). Each image (or group of images) would take its cue from the Quaker testimonies, not necessarily in the literal sense, but rather a visual nod towards them.
• Brigflatts meeting house, Cumbria.
• Peter Leeming during silent prayer at Kendal meeting house, Cumbria.