Stations of The Cross, Truro Cathedral

In 2011 Zoe Cameron was invited by Truro Cathedral to make ten oil paintings for the All Saints Chapel. Her interpretation of The Stations of the Cross were made specifically to fit into the Cathedrals stone arches, with the exception of the of Christ on the Cross which hangs to the front of the altar table.< /p>

On site for the first time January 2013 – 13 April 2013. In the future, the paintings will be on view according to the Cathedrals Religious diary and planning.< /p>

A small publication entitled ‘The Stations of The Cross’ is available from the Cathedral, with an Introduction by Very Revd Roger Bush, Dean of Truro, coloured illustrations of the paintings ,bible references, prayers and poems.< /p>

Truro Cathedral, Cornwall, UK< /p>

St Breaca Church, Breage, Cornwall August 2014

Father Peter invited Zoe to decorate Godolphin chapel for one day in August. In response the eleven oil paintings were especially made or selected to hang in the healing Chapel, and included two drawings on ceramic vases.

She chose the painting depicting the war in Syria, to represent world conflict, the flower paintings either side memorials to the suffering and loss of war. The painting was inspired by a news report the artist heard in June this year, a woman living in Syria told a reporter that, in the morning she was making breakfast for her family when she heard a helicopter flying over her house, they dropped a bomb, it destroyed her home and her husband lost a leg. In response Zoe made this painting.

Angels were present in many of the pieces including the two small paintings on the window ledge depicting St Ives. Canvas’s of Adam and Eve were fitted into the chapels oak entrance doors , with sleeping children in paintings above. An almost life size Madonna and Child hangs to the left of the Alter, in which Jesus is depicted standing as a small child. Under their feet, the decoration echo’s the worn pattern which can be found in the murals on Godolphin Chapel wall.

Photographs are all that remain to record the event , but the painting ‘Madonna and Child’ remains on site.