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RELIGIOUS THINKERS IN THE ARTS

Art as an expression of God's activity

From the March 1994 issue of The Christian Science Journal


As we continue our series of conversations with religious thinkers involved in the arts, contributing editor is speaking this month with Vivien ap Rhys Pryce of Calne, Wiltshire, England. Vivien is a Fellow Member of the Royal Society of British Sculptors. She taught sculpture for several years, and has exhibited throughout her career in London and provincial galleries. A piece of her sculpture was first shown at the Royal Academy, London. Summer Exhibition in 1959, while she was still a student. (Included with this interview are photographs of two pieces of Vivien's sculpture.)

This series highlights the depth of the thought and inspiration that go into artwork, and in this conversation, Vivien explains the impact that prayer has had on her work as a sculptor.

Hazel: Vivien, would you start by telling us something about your work?

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