Art exhibition by Sally Derrick and Alex Ogg
Monday 9 April 2018 10:00 - Monday 30 April 2018 16:00
Sally Derrick sculpts animals, birds, portrait heads and figures. She draws inspiration from the wildlife visiting her west Dorset garden, cliff-top and country walks, and from travels much further afield. Alex Ogg is a freelance illustrator who grew up in rural Oxfordshire. While much of his illustration work is produced digitally he tends to work freehand and still prefers the tactility and aesthetics of traditional media. He is inspired by 'Golden Age' illustrators such as Rackham, Beardsley and Dulac, as well as the French Impressionists and a plethora of contemporary illustrators. He is particularly interested in the blurred boundaries between wildlife and the urban environment encroaching on its habitat.
The Kingcombe Centre, Lower Kingcombe, Dorchester, Dorset, DT2 0EQ. Tel 01300 320684. Free entry and parking. This venue is wheelchair accessible.
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