Woodlands church in Bristol was at the end of 2012 in the process of developing their building, and during the process had a large temporary plywood partition wall up in their main hall. Neil Macqueen saw the opportunity of having a large open canvass, with an audience, that was just waiting to be used. With a team of friends, and over the course of four days, they painted, drew and sprayed a commemorative piece to the life works of ‘Gustav Dore’, the prolific French artist.

The finished work depicts a scene of Grace, Jesus at the well with the Samaritan women, and an Ark angel hailing the crowds of saints at the end of time. The work was on show for two weeks, before the partition wall came down





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