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Saturday 29 Nov to Sunday 14 Dec 2014

Open Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays 2 to 6 pm
and at other times by appointment

A person’s home (the place in which they live) may simultaneously represent a holiday destination to others. Streets and buildings instil in people a broad spectrum of emotions, making them feel ‘at home or away’.

Paul Crook’s atmospheric paintings explore the colour and temperature of suburbia, with caravans parked in driveways hinting at a larger world. Adam Bridgland’s prints spotlight our nostalgic desire to remember and relive places, often using rose-coloured glasses. In tandem, the hand-drawn style of Lucy Gough’s work has a refreshingly ‘once-off’ quality, taking us back to a non-digital age of fine art printing.
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