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The Art of Remembrance Project: Max Gimblett

Max Gimblett talks about his work <EM>Remembrance</EM>.


<P>Artist Max Gimblett talks about the spirituality of his art works, and his connection to St David’s Presbyterian Church in Auckland. In 2015, Gimblett’s Anzac-inspired <EM>Remembrance </EM>quatrefoils covered the exterior of the church &#8211; a stunning installation that honoured all New Zealanders who served in World War I.</P> <P>Courtesy of the Friends of St David’s Trust. All rights reserved</P>

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&lt;EM&gt;The Art of Remembrance&lt;/EM&gt;, St David’s Memorial Church, Auckland, 2015. Photo: Jessica Chloe Photography. Courtesy of Max Gimblett ONZM and The Friends of St David’s Trust

The Art of Remembrance, St David’s Memorial Church, Auckland, 2015. Photo: Jessica Chloe Photography. Courtesy of Max Gimblett ONZM and The Friends of St David’s Trust