Thursday, 19 September 2013

Exhibition in the Central Library Corridor until the end of September

We are very fortunate that Colin Curtis has kindly agreed to let the exhibition of work by Benoit Philippe, Carmen B Norris and Margaret Sadler hang in the corridor at the rear of the Central Library, behind the cafe area, until the end of September.
It is a great wall, with good light but easily missed when visiting the library, so I'm hoping it gets a few viewings now that Open Studios weekends are over.
This sis what you see as you go down, I'm offering a taster because I hope you will go and look. Benoit and Carmen have put photos on their respective blogs: Benoit's blog and Carmen's blog

 Above I've included Benoit's information about himself, and below his paintings:
 With a close up of his 'Pause Cafe' painting which I particularly like:
 Below Carmen's work:
 A close up of a particularly dramatic piece of Carmen's with unfortunately a lot of reflection in the glass:
And below Margaret Sadler's work, firstly a few pieces, then the whole of her section of wall:

 My favourite that afternoon, 'Across the Fields' made from recycled fabric collage and machine embroidery, it's glorious.
More on Margaret at:

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