Image: Dean Nicola Sullivan and organiser Timea Crowdy with Ervin David and his painting ‘Hope’
On Monday evening, Dean Nicola Sullivan welcomed visitors to the launch of ‘Human Gold’, a new exhibition by a group of Hungarian artists.
Seventeen artists are displaying their art in the North Transept of the Minster until Friday 6 March. Artists Ervin and Norbert David were at the launch and chatted to people about the inspiration behind their work, which is based on universal human values.
The exhibition was arranged by Timea Crowdy, who lives in Southwell but was born in Hungary and wants to bring Hungarian art to the UK. She has two sons – one of whom is still a chorister at the Minster – and is raising funds for the choir through the exhibition.
Ervin said: “It’s such a privilege to be able to exhibit at the Minster, and be here for the launch, I only wish I could stay longer.”
For more information about the exhibition contact Timea Crowdy: firstname.lastname@example.org