Faith is a groundbreaking, contemporary fine art exhibition which explores different faiths, religions and belief systems, promoting tolerance and understanding in this unstable world.
Thirty-nine huge, expressive portraits show the diverse nature of belief, and allows the subjects to explain their story in their own words.
It features people of faith - and no faith…Christians, Muslims, Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, pagans, Rastafarians, atheists and even a Zoroastrian.
Four documentaries made in collaboration with the University of Gloucestershire’s film school complement the portraits, along with other multi-media installations.
The critically-acclaimed exhibition has been hugely controversial since its private view at Gloucester Cathedral, which attracted 1200 people.
The launch featured, among others, a Muslim call to prayer; Jewish havdallah and a pagan folk band and it sparked international fury from some religious groups, appearing in the national and arts press.
We have had huge interest from venues in New Zealand, London, Cambridge, Bristol and Coventry asking to host the exhibition - but it costs money.
Particularly in the wake of the recent London and Manchester terror attacks, we want to take it to galleries, colleges, universities and places of worship across the UK and further afield to show the diversity of faith, and the commonalities we all possess.
If we can find the smallest thing in common with our brothers and sisters, the conversation can begin.
We’re closer than we think. Let’s show the world how.