Gidea Park artist exploring his relationship with God in new exhibition
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An artist is hoping that his exhibition will make people think more about faith.
Terry Ffyffe will be hosting an exhibition called The Passion of Christ, at Christ The Eternal High Priest Church hall, in Brentwood Road, Gidea Park, from Saturday until Thursday, July 4.
Terry said: “I have always been a Catholic but I have suffered a bit in my life and whenever I have been in a bad place, I have always found comfort in God.
“I have a better understanding of my faith now and I want to share my faith with others.”
Terry was the artist in residence at Fairkytes Arts Centre in Billet Lane, Hornchurch, until 2007.
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He has also hosted a number of exhibitions in Havering and London.
He said: “I have had some success as an artist, but I am enjoying painting what I like because you sometimes feel pressurised to paint what you think other people will like.”
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