Faith, Art & Me. A solo exhibition by JYMA.

 

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5 days ago

It was a joy to have the The High Sheriff of Cumbria and The Mayor of Carlisle with us for the Faith, Art & Me Launch Night! 😁 Catch it at Carlisle Cathedral now... ... See MoreSee Less

It was a joy to have the The High Sheriff of Cumbria and The Mayor of Carlisle with us for the Faith, Art & Me Launch Night! 😁 Catch it at Carlisle Cathedral now...Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment
1 week ago

A huge thank you to each and every one of our guests last night who joined to celebrate the launch of Faith, Art & Me by JYMA. It was a joy to celebrate this incredible artist with close friends and partners of the charity.

We want to also say a special thank you to our wonderful partners at Carlisle Cathedral for providing this venue which couldn't be a more perfect setting for JYMA's collection and Cumberland Council who generously provided funding for this project, making the entire showcase possible.

The exhibition is open now until June 2nd at Carlisle Cathedral!

Photography by brilliant Stuart Walker Photography
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A huge thank you to each and every one of our guests last night who joined to celebrate the launch of Faith, Art & Me by JYMA. It was a joy to celebrate this incredible artist with close friends and partners of the charity.

We want to also say a special thank you to our wonderful partners at Carlisle Cathedral for providing this venue which couldnt be a more perfect setting for JYMAs collection and Cumberland Council who generously provided funding for this project, making the entire showcase possible.

The exhibition is open now until June 2nd at Carlisle Cathedral!

Photography by brilliant Stuart Walker PhotographyImage attachmentImage attachment+Image attachment

2 CommentsComment on Facebook

Great photos!

Love this. Well done 👏 Jyma. Absolutely brilliant works of Art. You should be proud of yourself xx

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1 week ago

JYMA at the launch night of Faith, Art & Me in Carlisle Cathedral with the fantastic The High Sheriff of Cumbria. OPEN NOW until Sunday June 2nd. ... See MoreSee Less

JYMA at the launch night of Faith, Art & Me in Carlisle Cathedral with the fantastic The High Sheriff of Cumbria. OPEN NOW until Sunday June 2nd.
2 weeks ago

Prism Arts at the Palace!

Catherine and Vinny had an incredible experience yesterday after being invited to Buckingham Palace! Vinny's gives a full run down of the day for those who are curious what a Royal Garden Party is like....

"Catherine and I had a lovely day in sunny London, feeling like guests of honour initially crossing a guests only crossing to the palace.

As we queued to get into the gardens, the whole of the square in front of the palace was blocked off making the enormous fountains entirely empty without any tourists, which I had never seen before.

On the way in we were escorted by guards through the enormous front gates then off to the side, into the gardens.

The gardens were beautiful are far bigger than you might imagine, it felt like Bitts park with a sprinkle of royalty. When we first got into the gardens, everyone was crowding around the rear entrance of the palace for Catherine and I seized the opportunity to explore the gardens further.

We found an island populated by geese, ducks and their chicks, the biggest vase you’ve ever seen and an extensive collection of sweet smelling flowers.

The walk around the gardens took roughly half an hour, stopping to look at the rose gardens and celebrity spot. Catherine spotted two actors of note, whereas I merely spotted Bradley Walsh in a fetching light cyan suit.

Our tea was served with a classic cucumber sandwich, chocolate eclairs, mini cheesecakes and savoury bits. I’m pretty sure the tea blend was Yorkshire Tea Gold.

We did catch a glimpse of the king, though he must have been held up by conversations of his new portrait and handshakes as a 100 yard walk from the palace to his royal tent took well over an hour.

There must have been at least two thousand people in the gardens, it looked like a music festival blended with a posh wedding, which was reinforced when the orchestra started playing a mashup of ABBA hits—I think Camilla must have a soft spot for Björn."
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Prism Arts at the Palace! 

Catherine and Vinny had an incredible experience yesterday after being invited to Buckingham Palace! Vinnys gives a full run down of the day for those who are curious what a Royal Garden Party is like....

Catherine and I had a lovely day in sunny London, feeling like guests of honour initially crossing a guests only crossing to the palace.

As we queued to get into the gardens, the whole of the square in front of the palace was blocked off making the enormous fountains entirely empty without any tourists, which I had never seen before.

On the way in we were escorted by guards through the enormous front gates then off to the side, into the gardens.

The gardens were beautiful are far bigger than you might imagine, it felt like Bitts park with a sprinkle of royalty. When we first got into the gardens, everyone was crowding around the rear entrance of the palace for Catherine and I seized the opportunity to explore the gardens further.

We found an island populated by geese, ducks and their chicks, the biggest vase you’ve ever seen and an extensive collection of sweet smelling flowers.

The walk around the gardens took roughly half an hour, stopping to look at the rose gardens and celebrity spot. Catherine spotted two actors of note, whereas I merely spotted Bradley Walsh in a fetching light cyan suit.

Our tea was served with a classic cucumber sandwich, chocolate eclairs, mini cheesecakes and savoury bits. I’m pretty sure the tea blend was Yorkshire Tea Gold.

We did catch a glimpse of the king, though he must have been held up by conversations of his new portrait and handshakes as a 100 yard walk from the palace to his royal tent took well over an hour.

There must have been at least two thousand people in the gardens, it looked like a music festival blended with a posh wedding, which was reinforced when the orchestra started playing a mashup of ABBA hits—I think Camilla must have a soft spot for Björn.Image attachmentImage attachment+6Image attachment

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Was so busy we didn't see you!!! your description is pretty much spot on what we did too, including the goslings! though we did choose the cake with the crown on it. and here is a pic of the King! 😂

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