Jesus calls Peter and Andrew to follow him, whilst they are out fishing. I reimagined the narrative happening in the harbour town of Brixham, Devon instead of the Sea of Galilee,
The Last Supper is an iconic scene and has been painted by a number of famous artists since the time Jesus was alive. I decided to set these images within a modern domestic/pub environment, to give the story of Christ telling his followers about his imminent death and resurrection, a new relevance for a contemporary audience.
In the Bible it is recorded that before Jesus was taken to be crucified, he prayed in anguish and despair to his father God and even sweat drops of blood. I have attempted to reflect this intense pain distress by showing a close up of Jesus's face, with the contrast of the rest of his disciples sleeping peacefully in the background.
Jesus healing a blind man. Jesus was known for his miracles and this story is one in which a blind man gains sight - metaphorical of faith. This row of shops is fictional but based on a town centre near where I live. The blind man, in biblical times, would have been quite poor, so I wanted to indicate this with the environment; showing very ordinary places like dry cleaners and betting shops suggests an ordinary environment