Heading back to the city that inspired it, Sent from Coventry has a happy homecoming in the hallowed surrounds of Coventry Cathedral this June.

The exhibition, which first opened at Eames Fine Art, London, in 2021, celebrates the place where Paul grew up and which first inspired his love of post-war architecture and design. Linocuts include the sleekly modernist Coventry station, the 1970s Elephant sports centre, William Mitchell’s Three Tuns mural, the cathedral itself and more.

“I’m thrilled to be able to bring my work to Basil Spencer’s ionic landmark,” says Paul.

The show, in the cathedral’s Chapel of Industry, runs from Saturday 8 June to Sunday 7 July. Paul will be hosting a ‘meet the artist’ event and talk from 2pm on Saturday 15 June at the cathedral’s John Laing Centre – open to all, so just show up!

More about Paul Catherall and his work at: www.paulcatherall.com

Meet the Artist - 15th June at 2pm in the John Laing Centre, Coventry Cathedral:
Come and enjoy a practical demonstration by the artist.

Stylised linocut of Coventry Cathedral ruins by Paul Catherall
Paul Catherall at work
The Friends of Coventry Cathedral was founded in 1934. It is an independent Charity No. 1061176 registered in England and Wales, with an annually elected Council.
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