Choughed! at Nature in Art

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Tuesday 26th October- Sunday 14th November 2010
Amongst the most characterful of birds are members of the Corvidae family- a cosmopolitan group of oscine passerine birds that contains the crows, ravens, jays, rooks, jackdaws, magpies, treepies, choughs and nut crackers. This exhibition includes two and three-dimensional items that bring these birds to life.

This exhibition includes paintings, prints and sculpture by artists as diverse as sculptors Terence Coventry, Bryan Hanlon, Geoffrey Dashwood and Harriet Mead; painters Henry Bismuth, George Lodge, Frank Southgate, and Ralston Gudgeon; printmakers Allen Seaby, Ishbel MacDonald, Sue Brown and Kim Atkinson; plus items from Royal Doulton and Royal Copenhagen and other ceramics.

Nature in Art
Wallsworth Hall, Twigworth, Gloucester GL2 9PA

Telephone: 01452 731422

Opening Hours:  Tuesday – Sunday  10am – 5pm and Bank Holiday Mondays
Closed December 24th – 26th and Mondays

Admission:      Adults   £4.75 Concessions *   £4.25
                      Under 8s   FREE
                      Family   £13.50
*Concession are for over 60s and under 16s 
  Family tickets include two adults and two children

 Permanent exhibition galleries also open
 No additional charge for temporary exhibitions
 All temporary exhibitions have available free children’s Activity packs
 Also: coffee shop, gift shop, sculpture garden, children’s indoor activity  area and outdoor play area, free car-parking, wheelchair-user access.

Source: Nature in Art

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