Exhibition

Positive and Negative

19 Jun 2016

Event times

OPENING HOURS: MON - fri: 8.00-5.30
Sat: from 8.00 - last wedding (please enquire T: 01455 247 070)

Cost of entry

Free

Diane Sinclair

Hinckley
Leicestershire, United Kingdom

Travel Information

  • Centrebus operate regular bus services that stop on Lower Bond Street. Number 86 travels between Hinckley and Nuneaton bus stations; Number 82 travels between The Borough in Hinckley and The Square in Barwell; and Number 72 travels between Regent Street in Hinckley and Seaforth Drive in the Hollycroft area.
  • Hinckley Railway Station is on the CrossCountry route, operated by Arriva. There are typically trains every hour to/from Birmingham New Street (westbound) and Leicester (eastbound). The Atkins is a half-mile walk from the station, via Station Road, across the Market Place and along the end of Regent Street to lower Bond Street.

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A collaboration between a photographer that is concerned with monochrome imagery and an artist who specialises in pastel painting. The exhibition focuses on animals, both domestic and wildlife.

About

Simon Alesbrook BA (Hons) studied Graphic Design at the University of Derby and he is concerned with monochrome and creating strong contrasts and emotions. He combines a full-time position, locally at National Grid with his work in photography, design and pencil portrait commissions. 

Diane Sinclair BA (Hons) MCIM studied Graphic Design at Northumbria University and is an award winning professional artist, tutor and marketing communications consultant. Pastels are her preferred medium and she paints animals, wildlife, natural subjects and landscapes to commission and for exhibition.

 

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Curators

Simon Alesbrook

Diane Sinclair

Exhibiting artists

Diane Sinclair

Simon Alesbrook

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