|This is new work, currently in the Summer exhibition|
at Lorriane Pilgrim Gallery
and part of a series of works, investigating vulnerable creatures
and the hope for a better future as we contemplate our responsibilities
as custodians of this planet.
we had a lovely 4 weeks wandering and rambling through England and Wales, a great time with family and a chance to experience something of the rich landscape, natural and social history. So much to draw!
Thanks to all of the 200 people who attended opening night at Redland Art Gallery… it was very lovely to share that with you. The Shore Birds exhibition also looked wonderful and it is a lovely accompaniment as we discuss the vulnerability of our migrating shorebirds as well as our shared migration stories.
Thanks to Louise Martin-Chew for opening with Professor Richard Fuller, School of Biological Sciences, University of Queensland.
Please click link to read Louise’s speech
Exhibition runs until 20th January 2019
closed Monday 24 December 2018 – Tuesday 1 January 2019
Gallery hours Mon – Fri 9 am – 4 pm Sundays 9am – 2 pm closed Saturdays