An exhibition held to coincide with World Religion Day.
Sacred does not seek to create controversy or disharmony, but serves to celebrate interfaith understanding and harmony by highlighting that although all faiths are different they have several common denominators that govern them all.
The exhibition explores the common denominators and differences between differing religions and belief systems; the interweaving message throughout is of the world as one single global community. The reverberating pieces displayed also reveal the aspects of religion and spirituality that are personally sacred to each exhibiting artist.
All the artists involved evocatively depict religion and sacred identity in a contemporary society and assess how it has been adapted in a modern world so that it still remains relevant.
Participating artists: Christopher Clack, Monique Kelly, Julie Hill, Susan Francis, Leah Gordon, Matthew Mackisack, Francesca Cho, Vijay Patel, Robert Luzar, Amanda Trought, Isabel Langtry, Alison Harper and Stephen Meakin.
All the work featured depicts hope and positive spirituality.