“Home of Inspiration”. Mas.s 1 day solo exhibition in Kingston Upon Thames.
Press Release • May 27, 2013 13:20 BST
Mas.s is exhibiting over 30 of his works in Alexander House. The Perfect setting for his art work in the church hall of this beautiful Italianate building. Mas.s calls it “Home of inspiration”. He will be exhibiting artwork touching upon spiritual and social issues, his landscape paintings and portraits will also be on show including his latest work “With all that is within me!”.
He says “Men create art to stir the soul. A church (hall) may confront and provoke feelings and thoughts. Positive, negative or indifferent but it is unquestionably a home of inspiration. I thought this was a fitting place for my first solo exhibition.
This beautiful church on the southern bank of the Thames was designed by the eminent architect Charles Parker in an Italianate style, with early Christian and Renaissance influences. The entire cost was met by Alexander Raphael, a Catholic Armenian whose family came from India. He became the first Roman Catholic to be elected Sheriff of London after the passing of the Catholic Emancipation Act in 1829. Raphael built the Church in 1846 as a family chapel and named it St Rafael.
With its position on the river bank it may be a wonderful day out in beautiful Kingston upon Thames.
Address: Alexander House, Portsmouth Road, Kingston Upon Thames. KT1 2NA
Opening: 9 am to 9 pm
For more info: www.mas-s.com or