Thoughtful reflections from James Rebanks

James Redbanks is one of the small number of Lakeland shepherds and farmers who have popular social media presences. James’ beautiful photographs show how a traditional pictorial approach still has much to offer and that photographing intensively in one place brings a special depth and quality to one’s work.

Here he is, with photos, writing about his experience of 2020.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/stories-55415496

1900: Lions and Lambs – the Irresistible Rise and Bashful Demise of the Arts & Crafts Church

Alec Hamilton, author of the recent book on Arts & Crafts Churches is giving an online lecture for the Society of Architectural Historians which is open to non-members.

25 November 2020 at 6.00 p.m.

1900: Lions and Lambs – the Irresistible Rise and Bashful Demise of the Arts & Crafts Church

This is a free event but donations are welcome to help the charitable activities of the Society.

To book, click the following link to register. You will be sent a joining link on the day.

https://www.sahgb.org.uk/whatson/artscraftschurch

Alec Hamilton’s book, ‘Arts & Crafts Churches’, is available at Lund Humphries website:

https://www.lundhumphries.com/products/95607