Corinne Randall

Corinne Randall discovered a strong feeling for the expressive quality of colour through a study of printed textiles. Many of her paintings have been published as cards and prints by Prime Arts.

In 2003, Corinne, in collaboration with young artists from a Baha'i children's class, created an exhibition of original paintings and sacred writings on paradise for Bristol Museum. She currently runs meditation sessions in a counselling centre exploring the themes presented in this book through the juxtaposition of colour, painting, readings, music and silence.

Keywords:  visual metaphor, creativity, The Hidden Words, Baha’u’llah, veils,

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