Earth and Vessels – Bridget Braybrooks (Macaulay)

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The paintings and poems in this book were made over a period of several years and were first shown in an exhibition in All Saint’s Church, Marazion in December 2018.

Click here for more pictures from inside the book from Bridget’s website http://bridgetbraybrooksart.co.uk/recent-work/earth-and-vessels/ 

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This 48 page soft cover full colour artist book contains an Introduction and 21 paintings and accompanying poems. 21 x 21 cms in size. They are protected in a cellophane sleeve. The paintings and poems in this book were made over a period of several years and were first shown in an exhibition in All Saint’s Church, Marazion in December 2018.

‘Earth and Vessels’ (2019) explores the theme of ‘earthen vessels’ the physical and spiritual containers for our human experience and our encounter with God. The book reflects on everyday life and its transitions, unexpected meetings with the Divine in the mundane and celebrates the earthiness, challenges and glories of being human beings. Some biblical characters and a variety of vessels such as wells, bowls, cups and boats and nests are also explored.

Click here for more pictures from inside the book from Bridget’s website http://bridgetbraybrooksart.co.uk/recent-work/earth-and-vessels/ 

ABOUT – Bridget Braybrooks (Macaulay) is an artist and priest living in West Cornwall.

She works in Truro diocese and with the Vessel Trust (www.vesseltrust.org.uk) which seeks to support individuals and small groups in exploring the meaning of the Christian faith in everyday life.

 

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