John-Paul Flintoff

Urban Landscapes: Fundraising Print Sale

At the back of my house, there’s a church. I’ve lived here for quite a long time, more than 20 years, which means that I’ve heard the one-bell, tuneless summons to worship at All Saints many, many times.

But it’s not been ringing for the last (approx) 12 months, because of beastly Covid.

I miss the sound, and I miss popping into church occasionally. More importantly, I know that the closure has badly dented income – income that is as sorely needed as the food parcels collected and distributed by Father Robin and the All Saints congregation.

To help raise funds, I have drawn pictures of Church Walk (see below). I will donate all profits from the sale of prints to All Saints.

Church Walk in the pink

Church Walk in the pink

All Saints Church, NW2: Winter sunshine

All Saints Church, NW2, with blue car

All Saints Church, NW2, Overcast, winter

All Saints Church, NW2: Nightfall, winter

There are just ten copies of each picture. They’re printed on textured art paper, A4 including white border, with archival inks. Each print is numbered and signed, and comes with a certificate of authenticity.

You can find them in my online shop.

Posted: March 5, 2021


John-Paul Flintoff headshot, with Yours Truly written across it John-Paul Flintoff is author of six books, in 16 languages, including How To Change The World and A Modest Book About How To Make An Adequate Speech. He worked for 15 years as writer and associate editor on the Financial Times, the Sunday Times and other papers and magazines.

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