The beauty within the Eye of the Beholder

January 11, 2016

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The Eye of the Beholder art print was drawn out of my experiences whilst photographing a church in northern England which was on the brink of redundancy. 

St. Edmund, Falinge is a remarkably unique combination of philanthropic, secular and religious tradition - built at several times the cost of an 'average' church during the late Victorian period.

Bristling with symbolism designed to the highest standards of materials and workmanship - this church just resonates with the human spirit of endeavour. 

The stained glass, for me, is a tour-de-force. Beautifully crafted and full of narrative I wanted to draw from this and create an art print which expressed vision and balance and celebrated the human spirit. 

15% of receipts will be donated to The Churches Conservation Trust who now care for St Edmund’s as well as over 340 historic churches in England and re-use them in innovative ways involving the community.

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