Faces of War features four large sculptures which depict impressions from the First World War in Tony Evans' signature style of hammered copper and bronze.
One of the sculptures, called They Also Serve, depicts a military cleric holding a Bible and raising his hand in prayer.
Another piece, Faces of War, reflects on the propaganda pushed at the man in the street.
Tony said: “It has been a tremendous success. The opportunity to exhibit in the cathedral made me think of the non-combatants, the medics and clerics, often exposed to the same privations and dangers as the fighting men and very often overlooked for the comfort and solace they provided in dreadful conditions.”
Tony, who worked for The Prudential Assurance for more than 30 years, took early retirement at 52-years-old to return to college and gained a BA (Hons) degree aged 58.
Tony, now 70, is no stranger to Chester Cathedral.
Last year, he was commissioned by the cathedral to produce a nearly life-size Nativity scene. He also produced a large-scale solo sculpture show in the cathedral nave. The show included twenty spectacular pieces – including animals and human figures.
Faces of War is a free exhibition and is situated in the cathedral's military chapel.
It will run until Friday (November 28) and is open between 9am and 5pm.