Westminster College, Cambridge, has been my place of work and a huge part of my life since 2005. It is a glorious Victorian and Art Deco masterpiece that sits at the end of one of Cambridge's great vistas, rising out of the trees. The building is a host of reds and browns with all of its brickwork and wood. There's a little bit of gold for the emblem of the burning bush that stopped Moses in the wilderness which adorns our gates. And i've included the scrambled letters of our college motto: "Nec Tamen Consumebatur" - "and it was not consumed." God's fire of faith and holiness still burns bright and glorious, and will never be extinguished. But I've jumbled the letters, because this is a place where folk learn about theology and ministry and there's plenty to untangle!
Medium: Oil and gold leaf on canvas