Online Lecture January 2022 – John Piper


The Role of Stained Glass in John Piper’s Life and Work with Professor Frances Spalding CBE

The first online lecture of 2022 coincides with the Centenary touring exhibition visiting All Saints Church in Bristol where John Piper made some extraordinary windows. We are fortunate to have the leading expert on his work, Frances Spalding, to share her knowledge with us.

John Piper did not begin designing stained glass until he was in his early 50s. He then went on to undertake over 60 works in this medium across the next 30 years. Stained glass had made an unforgettable impact on him as a child and in early adulthood he began making copies of stained glass in watercolour. This talks looks at his interest in and involvement with stained across his lifetime, mentioning also some of the conclusions he drew from it.

Tickets are only £4.25 for members so do join us on Friday 21st January at 7pm for this enlightening talk. Spaces are limited so make sure you book your ticket now.

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Lecture only, With evening meal