Richard Lynn Studham, professor emeritus in our Department of Integrated Studies in Education, will be displaying his work A Paragon of Chivalry at Galilee Chapel in Durham, England, this autumn. The exhibit will be shown as part of Durham Cathedral's celebrations of the 800th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta. Founded in 1093, Durham Cathedral -which houses Galilee Chapel, is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Richard Lynn Studham first joined McGill in 1969, where he taught ceramics, drawing, painting and foundation courses with the Department of Art Education. From 1983 to 1990 he was chair of the Department, and in 2009 received the honorific of Emeritus Professor in recognition of his meritorious service to the University.
“Being originally from County Durham," Studham told The Northern Echo recently, "and having started my artistic career at Sunderland, it was always my intention to bring my work full circle and back to Durham." Please visit The Northern Echo online to read the complete article, published July 16, 2015.
Richard Lynn Studham was also interviewed by CBC News' Joanne Bayly recently. Please click here to read her article of June 15, 2015. For more information about Richard Lynn Studham and his work, please visit his website, rlstudham.com.