The first major visual arts exhibition in Britain to solely promote the work of artists with Down Syndrome. It is timed to open at the beginning of Down Syndrome Awareness Week.
This ground-breaking exhibition includes work by both established and emerging artists, including Surreal Line Drawer, Lester Magoogan who has exhibited work at Tate Modern, [email protected] and The Lowry in Salford.
Artist Tazia Fawley will also be exhibiting work, including a limited edition print of her painting, 'Rupert Flying Over The Clifton Suspension Bridge', the original of which was accepted by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as a gift for Prince George's nursery.
The exhibition is being organised by 'Heart & Sold', a not-for-profit organisation established to help celebrate, support and promote artists with Down Syndrome.
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