Your task is to identify the 8 artists taking part in the New Originals exhibition from snippets of their new paintings. Maybe you are quite familiar with the individual styles of our artists. Maybe you don’t have a clue. This competition is for you! 🙂 All of the paintings (and therefore the answers) will be […]
After discussions with Christians about Christian art recently, Sue Newham has tried to put her thoughts on the subject on paper. You can read the full article here.
Following the autumn exhibition of new original artwork, some of those new images are now available as prints and greetings cards. Visit the Shop section on the website to see them. These four have been added so far and more will be following soon: The annunciation and The Mother and Child by Philip McMullen and […]
From Saturday 24th October, Veritasse will be hosting its first online exhibition of brand new original artwork, starting with a private showing at 8pm on that day. 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 […]
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 […]
Find out more about Veritasse by subscribing to our free newsletter. It is published by email around ten times a year. You can unsubscribe at any point.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
It occurred to me that many of my posts in the past have talked about change, uncertainty and turmoil both in my personal life and in the wider world situation. I wondered if this fact revealed an inner pessimistic nature which I hadn’t really been aware of. My conclusion is that, though I am generally […]