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CREDIT: Collin Yelland ARPS

Collin Yelland ARPS

Print submission

Statement of Intent

Exeter Cathedral is one of the great cathedrals of England and one of the finest examples of Gothic Architecture anywhere. The cathedral has the longest continuous medieval stone vault in the world and this is one of the glories of this spectacular building.

In my panel I aim to show the intricate and impressive nature of the architecture of the interior of the cathedral including the stone vaulting which is full of geometric patterns, the moulded stonework which plays with layers of light and the round roof bosses which act as keystones locking the ribs of the vault in place.

I plan to present the images in monochrome to draw out the intricate detail of this beautiful building.

It is intended that these images will be included in an exhibition at the cathedral later this year.