The thoughts, words and pictures of artist Anne House

New Generation Exhibition

New Generation exhibition being hosted in Rushden,Northants,in July 2015

The exhibition will be open to the public from
Mon 6th July-Friday 10th from 10.00am-17.00pm
and Weds 8th-Fri 10th 19.00-21.0.

At-Park Road Baptist Church
Park Road

Exciting new development from New Zealand.

Many, many years ago when we lived in Bedford and I painted the New Generation exhibition, Michael Blake and I became friends through the church. We shared a very interesting, unexpected, sometimes scary but always exciting journey.

As I painted the pictures in relative secrecy(absolutely from Michael), he received the most amazing words from God.
Each specific set of words to accompany each new painting, somehow mirrored or expanded the visuals.
We were amazed at the first few but I started to feel a lack of confidence in my abilities to continue the work,
in case my paintings did not match up to Michael’s words.He, as ever, encouraged me in prayer and fellowship and we made an agreement that I wouldn’t see any more of his work until the whole series was complete.
Now many years later, Michael feels that it is time launch a web page, that he has designed, showing the paintings with accompanying words.

Prepare to be amazed, touched and blessed.

June 2013,New Generation Exhibition,Emmanuel Baptist Church and Centre,Swanage,opening times and details

The exhibition will be open to the public,free of charge on the following days.
Sat 8th June 10.00am-9.00pm
Sun 9th June 2.00pm-9.00pm
Mon 10th June-Fri 14th June 10.00am-4.00pm and 6.00pm-9.00pm
Sat 5th June 10.00am-4.00pm
For more details-church phone no-01929 427706 or Email

Emmanuel Baptist Church and Centre
160 Victoria Avenue
BH19 1AZ

New Generation Exhibition,1st-6th April in Bedfordshire.2013

The exhibition will be on display in
Bromham Baptist Church
Village Road
MK43 8LJ
Opening times-Monday 1st April-Saturday 6th April.10.30-4.30
with extra opening hours on wednesday 3rd until 8.30pm
For more details please contact
Julie Morrison-Knight, Exhibition Manager
Tel: 07967 149885

Opening times for the exhibition in Crewe. 18th – 25th March

Sorry missed the opening times out on the events advertising.
Monday -Friday 2-5 pm and 7-9 pm
Saturday 10 am-5 pm
For more details please look at the events calendar

What a fabulous time we had in Fareham

Thank you so much to all the folk in the Fareham churches that made this event so special.Blessings to everyone who contributed their time and expense.It was wonderful to see the churches working together and building new relationships with each other.Certainly the huge number of people who came to see the paintings were blessed or challenged,including the helpers.I have an idea that things at Holy Trinity may never be the same again.Thank you Lord!
Again,bless you all.

New generation Exhibition (Visions of Hope ) in Fareham

I am getting excited about the paintings being in Fareham
(details to be found in upcoming events)
I hope to be there for most of the time as its near to home.
Look forward to meeting you there between 30th June – 8th July
Holy Trinity church Fareham PO16 0EL

view the New Generation exhibition in Cornwall on you tube

The exhibiton is now on show at Par St.Marys and can be seen on you tube:


Next year 2012

Plans are being made for the New Generation exhibition to go to Cornwall for perhaps the whole of April.Also later on for it to be displayed in Fareham ,Hampshire in the summer.I will post the dates when things are finalised

New video on youtube

Bromham,What a fabulous time we had.

My thanks to all those many people who worked so hard to make the week at Bromham Baptist church so wonderful.Anne Drake and I felt part of the family there so quickly.People had been praying and working behind the scenes for a long time and God was so faithful to us.We watched as daily God answered our prayers to healing,restoration,salvation and drew many “prodigals” back home.Thank you, all at Bromham, for your committment,hard work,fellowship and friendship.

A bit of history

A brief history of the New Generation Exhibition by a friend:

Anne House was a member of Brickhill Baptist Church, Bedford, UK and as a painter was approached by elders to paint the prophetic word. The expectation as I understand it was that there would be four paintings, taking a few weeks at most a couple of months to complete.

God had other plans: Anne entered into a world of revelation, challenge, pain and excitement as God began to work through her by the power of His Spirit. You can see as you take time to view, and let God speak to you through these paintings, how God used Anne’s skills to communicate His anguish, His love, His warnings, His direction and His promises.

The first series of these paintings took just over three years to complete, and as you can see amount to more than four small hangings! Who can ever begin to understand the depth, width or greatness of our God?

As a close friend of Anne’s I had the privilege as well as the pain of being with Anne as she worked through the images God was giving her, for this first series. From times I shared with Anne I know there are still many paintings to come. Like the Bible these paintings are the living word of God, I believe they are God breathed, and there are individuals and groups out there whom God will reach through Anne’s work. Christian, people of other faiths and those with no faith will see God’s word. Is God calling you to facilitate this?

These first paintings did not fall into a obvious logical order, God has been in charge all the way, giving Anne the images, the words the vision and as she has worked in obedience using her God given talents He has transformed her skills beyond her own abilities.

Our God has a strange sense of humour! I have little understanding of art, and I am no theologian, just a woman of simple faith and adoration for our Lord. When Anne first asked my opinion of some of the work she was doing I felt out of my depth, yet as I sat with the unfolding of these images and heard what God was saying to Anne, then allowed an awareness to emerge in me, I felt the touch of God’s word in a very real way, sometimes that was joy, sometimes sadness and some times awe and wonder. The images stay with me as a form of awareness, correction, affirmation but most of all as guidance and assurance of the great love God has for each of us.

These hangings are very detailed, take time to let God by His Spirit guide you as you view them. Open yourself completely, let Him speak to your heart as well as your mind, to your past as well as your present, allow Him to guide your future with the revelation He wishes to share with you personally. And then be obedient to His love and follow through on what He has spoken to you! May God bless you


Photo from St Peters, Kent

Anne,Bob and Margaret at St.Peters,Kent

Exhibition @ St Peters, Kent

Folks are coming to pick up the New Generation exhibition today to take to St Peters church in Swanley, Kent.

It’ll be open to the public all week (more details on previous post)

I’m hoping to be there on Good Friday in the afternoon to anwer questions and generally chat to people – so looking forward to meeting you there!

New Generation Exhibition on the road again in Kent

The exhibition will be on display at St. Peters church, College Road, Hextable, BR8 7RH from 29th March until Good Friday 2nd April.

Open every day: 10.00am – 7.00pm Mon-Thurs and on Good Friday 10.00am – 5.00pm

Admission as always is free.

For further details contact St. Peters church office Mon-Fri 9.15 – 12.15 (01322 662 320)

Have fun!

New Generation Exhibition at Bromham Baptist Church,near Bedford

The exhibition will be open daily(free of charge)
10.00 am -9.00pm from Tuesday 19th April to 25th April
Anne will be staying in Bedford for the week and spending much of her time with the exhibition
and looks forward to meeting up with old friends.
Below are details of the venue.

Bromham Baptist Church
Village Road
Bedfordshire MK43 8LJ

For more details or enquiries, contact the church office Tel: +44 1234 822681
Or email Anne on

Priory St.Mary’s Chepstow

I managed to get to the exhibition in Chepstow for a couple of days.

It is still open  and a fabulous venue for the paintings.

Do get there if you can all the team are friendly and eager to chat with anyone who come in. A great place to rest and have a cuppa as the kettle is always on!

Paintings at Chepstow Now.

The New Generation paintings are being displayed at the Priory St Mary’s in Chepstow this week.There is no charge and the paintings are not for sale.

If you get the chance to be there …just enjoy !

New Generation Exhibition at Chepstow.

The New Generation Exhibition will be hosted at St.Mary’s Priory,Chepstow,NP16 5HN at the end of June.

The paintings are on display as part of the Hope 2008 event.

Dates; 30th June-7th July

Open from-10-4pm daily.

Plus Thursday and Friday evening 6-8pm

Plus evening service 6pm Sunday

For any more information please contact-Rev.Chris Blanchard(07711961237) 

Looking Forward to this Weekend

The New Generation exhibition starts this weekend in Ensbury Park.

I will be there on Sunday morning and am really looking forward to meeting you if you can get there.The details of venue and opening times are further down the web page.

Exhibition in Bude

The New Generation Exhibition paintings are on display in Eden Methodist chapel, Jacobstow, Bude, Cornwall. If you’re around the area, I can really recommend going to see the original paintings….they’re very different from the prints! 

Exhibition in Cornwall soon

The New Generation Exhibition will be hosted in Cornwall again this September following a very interesting time there two years ago.
I‘ll post the venue details and opening times as soon as they are confirmed. 

Recent Article

The New Generation Exhibition recently featured in an article in the Southampton Art Society Magazine:

A series of new and controversial Christian paintings on silk by Anne House (Salvation army hall ) in Shirley Southampton. Based on scripture, but for those of us that do not know scripture, no matter, for this exhibition is about life, humanity and the world. In wonderful colour and extremely moving. The hall is perfect for the display of this work as daylight streams through the windows on both sides filling the place with light. I left the hall out into the spring sunshine and amongst the humanity of Shirley High street looking at people with new eyes. Beautiful, thought provoking, painful. Thank you Anne for putting colour into the darkness and giving the new generation

Paintings in Southampton

I didn’t expect to be able to get to the exhibition at all this week but managed to pop in for a few hours both yesterday and today. The venue is perfect and the folks at the Salvation Army hall are so welcoming and such a blessing.

It gave me a wonderful opportunity to unexpectedly meet old friends and have great conversations with people who had come in to look at the paintings.If I’m able to, perhaps I will see you there sometime during the week.