Tuesday, 18 September 2012

The last week of Polemically Small‏

Zavier Ellis and Edward Lucie-Smith are the brains behind The Polemically Small exhibition at the Orleans House Museum in Richmond, which runs until 23rd September The museum is located in a historic building situated in Richmond, on the banks of the Thames. It has a large regular attendance, averaging 55,000 visitors a year, and an active out-reach programme. Artists in the show include Joe Machine, Gavin Nolan, Tim Parr, James Jessop, Peter Lamb, Charles Thomson, Rose Gibbs, Dale Adcock, Dan Coombes, and Gordon Cheung.
(Above: "Chris" painted by Harry Pye) to see the real thing you'll have to get yourself down to Orleans House Gallery, Riverside, Twickenham, TW1 3DJ and fast. (Below: "Kevin" painted by Harry Pye - which is also in the show.)

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