Tuesday, 2 February 2016

The p.v. of "Let Us Make A Better World" is Friday 8th of April, 6pm till 10pm

'Let Us Make a Better World' (A Group Show Curated by Sarah Jeffries & Infinity Bunce)
Artist Include; Annabel Dover, Carne Griffith, David Hancock, Daisy Clarke, Debbie Lawson, Elinor Evans, Gonny Van Hulst, Gareth Kemp, Harry Pye, Infinity Bunce, Jo Wilmot, Jay Reichstein, Louis Michel, Mike Bartlett, Matty Small, Sarah Jeffries The Cello Factory 33-34 Cornwall Rd, Waterloo London Opening Event - Friday 8th April 6-10pm 9th- 15th April 2016 12-6pm daily Sarah Jeffries: "Mankind’s treatment of animals has always been questionable. With the recent rise of animal rights activism on social media, people are hungry for change in response to horrific stories surfacing around the world: an American dentist trophy hunting in Africa, the appalling treatment of dogs and cats caught up in the meat trade in Asia, news of UK diary cows being kept inside like battery chickens, dogs in puppy farms in the UK forced to have up to thirty puppies and kept inside tight unsanitary spaces, to name but a few. All of the artists in this exhibition want to help create positive change through their art and have been working on thought-provoking pieces to challenge how we look at the world and all its inhabitants."
"Tyger, Tyger" by Harry Pye. Acrylic, Enamel, Emulsion on wood. 107cm wide and 48cm high. "Rumble in the Jungle" by Gordon Beswick & Harry Pye. Acrylic on canvas 50cm X 50cm "Brian & his Badger" by Harry Pye and Rowland Smith. 30cm wide by 24cm high.
Above: Harry Pye with "Tyger, Tyger Burning Bright"
Above: Gordon Beswick with "Rumble in the Jungle" (Note: this painting isn't finished)
Above: "Mark Twain" painted by Harry Pye & Rowland Smith

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