I know, the A Graceful Death exhibition opens in a couple of days. What's that? You are coming? And bringing your whole street with you? Oh well done. And your extended family too! How wonderful. You are all welcome. The exhibition is challenging, and truthful. It is about what it means to die, and it is good to come and meet all the people I have painted through their written word and their painted images. It is an exhibition about love, life and how normal we, and the dying, are. What better way to ask what dying is like than to ask the dying themselves?
|Many thanks to Rhona Reedie for designing this poster and all the graphics for the exhibition|
I am extremely grateful to all the participants who have given time out of their busy worlds to take part in our panels. Here is an event you may be interested in, though all the events will be excellent, Thursday evening 6 pm - 8 pm we are holding an Early Evening Salon on the Art of Dying, Ars Moriendi - see below
On Wednesday, Nigel Spencer will be holding a Dementia Friends session, and on Friday evening I will be talking with my old friend Mandy Preece, about Working with the Dying. To end the exhibition, after Mandy and I have had our session, the Revd Canon Peter Wells will sum up with thoughts and some gentle, insightful words.
|Me and Steve having a moment of quiet before an exhibition last year.|