A solo exhibition of fieldwork studies by Adele Pound
In this lively, vibrant and colourful exhibition, Adele Pound presents a selection of fieldwork sketches of the biodiversity of insects and spiders in her garden, making for a fun and interesting subject for a summer exhibition.
Speaking of her work, Adele says:
With a greater awareness of the invertebrate life all around us, Adele has started to explore the role of invertebrates in the ecosystem, their importance for soil health and thereby for carbon storage.
The exhibition will mainly feature fieldwork. Existing works from 2020 and 2021 will be displayed alongside new work. Finished drawings rub shoulders with half realised studies abandoned as the subject abruptly departed. However, they convey the excitement of experiences in nature that studio work can never capture. This in itself will make for an unusual exhibition.
Exhibition Preview: Thursday 9 June, 7pm – 9pm
Wine reception, all welcome to attend.