‘Graham Lupp’s artwork reflects his interest in a wide variety of subjects; landscape, history, and cultural diversity as expressed in the world’s architecture.

The symbolism of the world’s architecture has therefore gradually emerged as a dominant theme in Lupp’s career. In particular, attention is devoted to those examples which, through the skill of their creators, best express human spirituality. He considers religious architecture, from all parts of the globe, to be perhaps the pinnacle of human creativity.

As an artist and an architect, but not someone qualified to comment on theological matters, Lupp approaches this exhibition as a personal survey based on his experiences of religious architecture encountered in his travels since 1972.’

(From exhibition catalogue, Building Faith, by Richard Perram, Director, Bathurst Regional Gallery, Nov. 2010)