Joint exhibtion for Sidmouth artists in Bristol
A painting from Sidmouth artist Beth Pearson, whose work is appearing in a joint exhibtion with Sidmouth sculptor Michael Gordon-Lee in Bristol this week.
Two Sidmouth artists are coming together to pur on a collaborative exhibition of their latest work in Bristol this week.
Beth Pearson, who completed an art foundation course in Exeter before going on to gain a BA Hons at Sheffield in fine art and printmaking, will be showing a wide range of her work, from oils on canvas, metal-leaf embossed multi-media to fine graphite and acrylic drawings.
Sculptor Michael Gordon-Lee, who following a long career in landscape architecture, devloped his skills in design to create fine art limited-edition bronze sculptures.
The artists said they are both inspired by line, form and nature, and their new show at The Philadelphia Street Art Gallery in Bristol will compliment each other.
It is open tomorrow and Sunday, for information contact 07958 938031.
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