The Robert Adams Gallery is open from 10.30am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday.
Admission is free.
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Embrace by Margaret Mee
Margaret Mee’s drawings concern power and force, capturing strength as well as the beauty of the human form. Margaret’s starting points vary from the sculptural forms created by bone, muscle and sinew to the raw energy and power of movement. The mediums of Charcoal and Pastel afford fluid and dynamic strokes whilst allowing her to create an almost physical quality in the definition of the figures. Margaret's digital paintings all begin from sketches of performances and explore the dynamism of dance as well as the emotions of the activity. Find out more: www.margaretmee.com
Monday 2 – Friday 27 October
Survival By Toktam Faramarzifar
In Survival, Toktam Faramarzifar uses the motif of the goldfish or butterfly as a metaphor for explaining
stories of the cultural journey of a migrant. The goldfish is emblematic of the Persian New Year.Toktam combines this motif with images of a woman floating in water, suggesting feelings of disconnection.These photo painted montages imply different cultures existing above and below the water’s surface: one observed, the other felt.
Monday 30 October - Saturday 25 November
Myths, Legends and Fairy-tales By Caroline Foskett
Come and explore the characters on display in Caroline Foskett’s intricate pen and ink drawings.
Caroline is an artist based in Hemel Hempstead and she aims to bring the subjects of her work to life as much as possible. Her influences include Harry Clarke, Alphonse Mucha and Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
Monday 27 November - Friday 5 January