You’re invited to the next exhibition at The Heritage Gallery at Cargo Fleet: The Art of Autonomous Serenity by Carol Shaw.
The exhibition will be open with free admission, Monday – Friday, 8.30am – 3pm, with an opening evening from 5pm – 7pm on Thursday 14th September.
The opening offers a great opportunity to meet Carol over drinks & nibbles and ask any questions about the work on display.
“I have lived in the North East of England all my life and the diverse landscape has had a profound impact on my art.
I love painting wildlife and the local area has offered a wide range of animal life to paint and study; from the wild Yorkshire moors with its hares, to the foxes in Guisborough walkways, right down to the coastal beach donkeys. They are all my go to subjects.
I am a qualified art teacher and I have been lucky to work with children and develop their artistic skills. I am now concentrating on my own art and have been enjoying developing different media as I concentrate on my own art practice.
As a “people watcher”, I enjoy the interaction between people, especially in social environments, hence my cafe paintings. I strive to achieve the emotional connection between people and their pets through my paintings trying to capture emotion and the bond between.”
We do hope you can make it to the opening and look forward to seeing you there.
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