The Eternal Engine – St Francis Church, Hale Village London

The Eternal Engine, a Diocese of London commission unveiled in November 2017 for the only church built in the capital in over 50 years, St Francis Church in Hale Village, Tottenham. The artwork is currently the largest permanent, hand carved and painted contemporary altarpiece in Europe with the dimensions approximating 5m x 3.5m and the […]

Call and Responses: The Odyssey of the Moor – Kensington Palace

Call and Responses: The Odyssey of the Moor by Graeme Mortimer Evelyn celebrates ethnic dimensions to royal histories Historic Royal Palaces is pleased to announce an exciting new art installation, entitled Call and Responses: The Odyssey of the Moor, will go on display in the Queen’s State Apartments at Kensington Palace. The installation is the work of […]

Stations of the Cross

  – “I am an artist. Artists have answers for which they try to find the right questions.” – Madelon Vriesendorp. Research forms the major part of my arts practice; informing the appropriate medium to use. The Stations of the Cross began as a journey of bridge building between an understanding of my Buddhist faith […]

Reconciliation Reredos St Stephen’s Church, Bristol

– The Reredos is more than just a visual memorial inspiring the reconciliation of past injustices. It is also an understanding of who we are, the potential, manifest in spaces that reflect the future of what may, could and can be, what exists whether you see it or not, believe or not: its vastness and brevity […]

The Two Coins: Meditations on Trade

Originally inspired as part of a multimedia temporary sculpture and moving image installation created to surround monuments erected in memory of the 18th Century slave traders, the intention of The Two Coins: Meditations on Trade video essay was to present an unprejudiced historical legacy while highlighting collective responsibility to prevent negative forms of 21st Century trade, which create […]

Reading the Riot (Act) M-Shed Museum, Bristol

 – In 2009, Evelyn was commissioned by the new Museum of Bristol to subvert historical record. The result of extensive research and an old Chinese gambling table – the museum acquired the large painted relief sculpture, Reading the Riot (Act), a permanent work acquired for their new contemporary art collections. This commission is on permanent […]

La Boheme (I watch everything)

– This installation performance work is based on a poem written by the artist and often performed live during poetry slam events . It drew inspiration from the sights from the artist’s past studio in Bristol UK. Essentially an autobiographical critique on contemporary culture and the challenge to remain balanced through the constant onslaught of […]

Oil Experts

– The artist formed part of the groundbreaking and influential post-punk-electro-hip-pop-experimental band, OIL EXPERTS from 1998 – 2003. The group was instrumental in the emergence of a new Bristol underground sound created in that time mainly by new musicians just relocated to the city in the wake of Massive Attack, Tricky and Portishead, but not […]