Two new artists are becoming contributors to the work of Painting For Freedom ...
Steve Harvie, a Baptist Minister, has a background in photographic journalism and now, in retirement, is developing skills as a printmaker. Much of Steve's work is in black and white.
Mina was one of the first women to work at Freeset, and her visionary commitment remains at the heart of the Freeset community. Most recently she has begun to create striking colourful images and they will soon become available through this site.
Richard Kidd retired from paid employment in 2013, and lives in Derbyshire's Peak District where he has developed a variety of new ministries combining his long experience as a theological educator with growing skills as painter and poet. He works in both acrylic and watercolour, providing fine art prints and cards of his most popular images. To date, he has published three collections of poems.
Mike Lowe combines a number of ministries amongst those needing a hand-up in life with his full-time employment in the Faith and Society department of Baptists Together, in Oxfordshire. He has many years' experience as a visual communicator and painter, and increasingly brings those experiences together in support of Freeset. He has worked in oil, pastel, pen and charcoal.