A group show of work by gallery artists James Aldridge, Georgie Hopton, Boo Ritson and Danny Rolph to launch the new permanent home of Poppy Sebire.
James Aldridge's paintings on canvas are influenced by imagery from natural history field guides, Renaissance landscapes, John James Audubon's watercolours and heavy metal album covers.
Georgie Hopton's works are a contemporary take on the still life tradition.
Boo Ritson has chosen this exhibition to unveil an exciting new direction in her work: she'll be showing one of a series of canvas body masks that form the latest stage of her continuing exploration of identity and performance.
Danny Rolph's multi-layered paintings use colour, texture and transparency to evoke a sense of space and movement
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