Exhibitions

Leicester Print Workshop Members show.
Venue: Leicester Print Workshop, 50 Saint Georeg Street, Leicester LE1 2QG
Contact: info@leicesterprintworkshop.com
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Dates: 11-11-2022 to 10-01-2023
Leicester Print Workshop Members show.
Members show, encompassing all print methods and painting.  The work shown:  Following on from my explorations in DNA relationships and ways of tracking movements of my ancestors around the world, I reached a point of trying to resurrect the past. Lazarus refers to that act of restoring something but being left with the melancholy feelings that stem from having witnessed something beyond this present time. The images depicted on the face trace the movement of young children across the Anatolian planes, carrying only the cooking utensils that they would use to keep them alive. The image taken from a 1923 Red Cross publication, sets the scene for the tumultuous years that unfolded from that time, until the passing of my parents and my recent visits to Crete. The olive trees, the people being shipped away from the war-torn coastal regions of Asia Minor and back the other way in an...
Group members' show at Two Queens Studios, Leicester
Venue: Two Queens 2 Queen Street Leicester LE1 1QW
Contact: info@2queens.com
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Dates: 01-11-2022 to 30-11-2022
Group members' show at Two Queens Studios, Leicester
The two part sculpture was made after an art residency in Jerusalem. Jerusalem Stone (Hebrew: אבן ירושלמית; Arabic: حجر القدس) is a name applied to various types of limestone, dolomite and dolomitic limestone, common in and around Jerusalem that have been used in building since ancient times.  The colour varies from white to pink, yellow and tawny. The two forms symbolise the difficult yet essential symbiosis of two religions. The two-part sculpture was made after an art residency in Jerusalem. Jerusalem Stone (Hebrew: אבן ירושלמית; Arabic: حجر القدس) is a name applied to various types of limestone, dolomite and dolomitic limestone, common in and around Jerusalem that have been used in building since ancient times.  The colour varies from white to pink, yellow and tawny. The two forms symbolise the difficult yet essential symbiosis of two religions.