An unusual exhibition
AN unusual exhibition that uses doors as an artist s canvas has opened at The Babylon Gallery in Ely. Work from the Ouse Life Drawing Group will be on show until Sunday, March 26 and features the work of artists, including Barabra McGinn, Maria Mair and M
AN unusual exhibition that uses doors as an artist's canvas has opened at The Babylon Gallery in Ely. Work from the Ouse Life Drawing Group will be on show until Sunday, March 26 and features the work of artists, including Barabra McGinn, Maria Mair and Mike Edward (pictured), who have all taken doors as the starting point for their pieces.
Much of the work on display in this selling exhibition depicts life-size figures, painted in oils or acrylics, drawn in charcoal and moulded in clay.
A show of the group's work is also at the Old Fire Engine House, St Mary's Street, Ely until the end of the month.
INFO: Admission to the Babylon Gallery is free. Opening times are: Tuesday-Saturday 10am-4pm, Sunday 11am-5pm. The gallery is closed on Mondays.
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