I’m delighted to be showing new work as part of Dappled Light Exhibition in the New Forest organised by More Than Ponies.
Dappled Light is an exhibition that brings together diverse contemporary artists within the context of the Woodgreen Village Hall and its striking figurative murals, originally painted in the 1930s. The artists use an array of materials and mediums, including sculptures, ceramics, textiles, hair, drawings and videos, bringing in fresh perspectives to this now historic but still ‘modern’ context. The artists’ imagery and ideas are kaleidoscopic, like the dappled light of the New Forest. Each work brings with it a new way of thinking and seeing, creating unexpected connections between the village hall, the New Forest and the world beyond.
Exhibiting artists are: Rachael Champion, Benjamin Deakin, Simon Lee Dicker, Alexa de Ferranti, Laura Eldret, Paul Finnegan, Louise Hall, Annabel Pettigrew, Paul Vivian and urban design/ ex-artist Jennie Savage.
Woodgreen Village Hall, New Forest, SP6 2AJ
Saturday 12 March 10am – 6pm
Sunday 13 March 10am – 4pm