Visitors to the exhibition ‘Drawn In’ will be invited to explore a range of approaches to drawing that push the boundaries of what it is conventionally considered to be. Both traditional and unorthodox approaches to the practice and use of materials will be on display and the exhibition aims to give an insight into some of the purposes and uses of drawing.
Contemporary artists Penny Brice, Paul Carpenter, Caroline Chourou, Helen Dean, Jindra Jehu, Zara McQueen, Antonia Phillips, Jo Saurin and Karen Woods
each bring their individual and creative vision exploring visual language, and sound, in an experimental, open minded and playful way. Expect to experience a broad and exciting range of approaches to the practice of drawing from children’s book illustration and carefully observed drawing using traditional materials, to sound drawing, tape drawing and sculptural construction.
During the exhibition there will be a number of artist-led workshops for children, adults and families.