As part of celebrating 100 years of Luckley House School, we are hosting “The Heart of Things” an exhibition of painting and sculpture by Paul Hobbs.
The exhibition is open to visitors on Wednesday 13 February 2019, 5.30-7.30pm and Thursday 14 February 2019, 7-9pm
The exhibition offers a rare chance to talk with an artist about his work. The artwork is stylistically varied and cover all kinds of social and religious issues, which have proved most engaging and challenging with every kind of audience, young or old, religious or atheist, artistic or not. The exhibits include work on famine, old age, fatherhood, our capacity for violence, suffering, the Beatitudes and the Trinity, as well as an installation of shoes and stories from Christians all around the world.
Paul Hobbs is a Gloucester-based artist whose work has been displayed in galleries and cathedrals across Britain. Paul has a BA in Social and Political Science from Cambridge University, and a Diploma in Fine Art from The Byam Shaw School of Art. He has taught in schools both full-time and part-time, and now regularly leads workshops in schools, conference centres and churches.
Further information on his work can be seen on the website www.arthobbs.com