Sue Newham

Announcing new artwork and our online exhibition in October Mystery original 1

Announcing new artwork and our online exhibition in October

On Saturday 24th October, Veritasse will be hosting its first online exhibition of brand new original artwork. Are we nervous? Of course! But we are embracing the new things that we have learnt during these strange Covid times. Technology can bring together people who otherwise wouldn’t be able to meet up. Are we excited? Yes, […]

Is my artwork suitable for the Veritasse collection? Painting gear

Is my artwork suitable for the Veritasse collection?

This is a question asked regularly by artists who are Christians, so here are the answers- hopefully! Criteria for work being added to the Veritasse print collection- June 2020 The artist must have a cohesive body of work to display on the Veritasse website (Note for artists- work must be cohesive to start with but artists […]

The first artists’ Zoom meeting! Snapshot of artists gathering 25-05-2020

The first artists’ Zoom meeting!

How lovely it was to see Jean Mintoft, Lynne Pugh, Cindy Norris, Carl Irving, Philip McMullen, Claire Bower and Mark Wiggin at the Zoom meeting last night. Andy Newham is also in the photo as he joined us to talk about the new website he has built for Veritassse. We introduced ourselves and showed what […]

From a red canvas to the valley of the shadow of death…….. You are with me 2020 by Sue Newham

From a red canvas to the valley of the shadow of death……..

As the realisation of what the Covid 19 virus would mean began to sink in, I felt, as many people did, that the world had turned upside down. I knew that this was the “valley of the shadow of death” which is spoken about in Psalm 23, King James version. “Even though I walk through the […]

For such a time as this…. Incense by Sue Newham

For such a time as this….

I have always found the story of Esther horrifying, in terms of the disregard for the value of human life and the treatment of women at that time. At the same time, it is a story of unexpected heroism. Esther was considered by her society to have but one purpose in life – to please […]

Turmoil is nothing new; God is still in control. Storm by James Martin

Turmoil is nothing new; God is still in control.

When we read the history in the Old Testament, we see that society was in a state of flux and upheaval at many times. I am thinking of the flood that Noah and his family survived, slavery, corruption, famines and wars. These seem very modern issues when we consider the turmoil of our world situation. […]

Triune God- three in one Trinity III by Mark Wiggin

Triune God- three in one

The Bible tells us so much about God and his character. Yet one of the most mysterious aspects and one that is the least understood by many Christians is the Trinity. How can God be Father, Son and Holy Spirit, all separate and yet completely united? Because we can’t get our heads around it, we […]

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