The leaves are falling and the nights are cooling which can mean only one thing. It’s back to school time. Kids up and down the country are going back to their classes and university students are starting the new chapter of their lives in digs and union bars.
This exhibition celebrates the studious, cerebral possibilities of autumn, from Slava Groshev ultra-realistic picture of a studying girl to the graceful violin playing statue created by Ai Qiu Hopen.
The nervous feeling of a first day at school is beautifully shown by Lee McConville while the aged wisdom of an old teacher is the inspiration for Vera Lúcia Marmontel’s sketched portrait. This is a time for energy and exuberance and this is shown nowhere better than in David Lester’s summersaulting child. The vitality and uncertainty of youth abound in this incredible collection.
|...and Where Were the Parents?|
|21 by 30cm. (8.4' x 12') |
|acrylic on canvas|
|by Magdalena Burdzynska - more artworks, artist's CV|
|Muse of Mathematics (edition of 10)|
|18 by 20cm. (7.2' x 8') |
|Color Intaglio (etching)|
|by John D. Gall - more artworks, artist's CV|
|40 by 30cm. (16' x 12') |
|hand printed silver gelatin photograph|
|by Adrian Gatie - more artworks, artist's CV|
|84 by 118cm. (33.6' x 47.2') |
|colour digital glossy A0 print|
|by David Palazon - more artworks, artist's CV|