Just popped down to the Faculty of Health to see Derek and Zoe Boak’s art exhibition:
Loved-up artists Derek and Zoe Boak show the ‘Layer of Meaning’ to life and loss in a brand new exhibition showing at Edge Hill University as part of the Institution’s 125th anniversary celebrations.
It is the first time the married painting duo from Southport have exhibited their work together but thought it would be a fun project to join up on to help mark the University’s milestone anniversary.
It’s on show until 7th April so get down and take a look.
Earlier this month there was
an exhibition by Tony Evans so I wonder what we have to look forward to for the rest of the year!
This painting depicts the eve of the famous
in Warwickshire. It’s part of a collection at the Battle of Edgehill Walker Art Gallery but unfortunately my sources inform me it’s not currently on display. But there are lots of other nice things there along with a great little coffee shop!
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Mist had descended over campus as I passed it this morning so I thought I’d pop in for another sculpture photograph.
As part of the 125 anniversary
there will be an addition to the Sculpture Park around campus so I figure it’s a good time to take a look around the existing sculptures.
Another photo the next time I’m stuck for something else to write about at 11pm!