In the current global and political climate, religion has been the scapegoat for myriad of ills. It has been used by the powerful to force an agenda and used by the weak to mend fences. Throughout history humans have relied on both religion and politics to push humanity forward. Whatever the belief system, whether one is religious or not… the essence of all religions has always been peace, love and compassion. Lately, we have allowed leaders and followers of religions to highlight rules and rituals they deem important rather than just learn for ourselves if we so choose. For this exhibition I have chosen to focus on the Abrahamic religions of Christianity, Islam and Judaism. These religions are so similar and yet are in constant struggle for dominance all over the world. I have been inspired by a medieval time in Al Andulus when these religions flourished due to creative and cultural exchange. Centuries of political and religious cooperation lead to Al Andulus being a beacon of learning and progress in maths, science and astronomy. The arts and architecture of the time spread throughout Europe and Africa. I have chosen to focus of the beauty of religious buildings, not the ornamentation or decoration but the walls, the windows and the floors. The use of symmetry, geometry and symbolic repeats create a pristine beauty that is not offensive to either of the religious sects. The essence of these buildings, and the religions that they house are its true beauty.