‘These cathedral drawings by Creffield must be the best thing of their kind since Mondrian’s church facades ... Creffield is one of England’s closely guarded secrets and it’s about time someone blew his cover…’ 

— R.B. Kitaj, 1988  

His cathedrals tremble like lovers; his lovers are as mysterious in their nakedness as cathedrals’  

— Howard Jacobson, Booker Prize winning novelist, 2005

‘“Architecture is a gesture”, says Wittgenstein. Each cathedral is a gesture – I respond with my gesture and the drawing is a mutual embrace’ 

— Dennis Creffield, 1988