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Silent auction drawing on loan to WLT gallery

24 May, 2013 - 12:40 -- World Land Trust
Jason Gathorne Hardy's drawing Herring Gull on the Wing
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Currently on display in World Land Trust (WLT) gallery is Jason Gathorne Hardy’s original graphite drawing Herring Gull on the Wing.

The work is for sale by silent auction in aid of Friends of St Mary’s Halesworth Regeneration Project. The picture will be on show until Sunday 28 July, when the bidding closes at 3.30pm.

“We are very happy to display this evocative drawing in the WLT gallery,” said Kelly Jacobs, WLT’s Outreach Manager. “The auction is for a good cause, and we are pleased to be able to support the community effort to regenerate St Mary’s Church in Halesworth.”

The work is 85 x 105 cm (framed), and the guide price is £650. Silent auction bidding forms are available in WLT gallery, which is open Monday to Friday, 10am – 4pm, and closed Bank Holidays.

World Land Trust gallery

Specialising in wildlife and landscape art, WLT gallery in Halesworth exhibits the work of local artists and those from further afield. The gallery provides a small income for the Trust’s charitable work and, through its programme of temporary exhibitions it raises awareness of wildlife and landscape conservation through the medium of art.

The gallery’s current exhibition, Wildlife and Landscape Spring 2013 features a wide range of subjects from hares to birds and their nests to landscapes close to home (Walberswick) and further afield (Camargue). The gallery’s special Summer exhibition will be entitled An Artist in the Natural World, and will open in early July.

An Artist in the Natural World will feature works by renowned marine and landscape artist Bruce Pearson who will be in residence in the gallery for the opening and during the following week.

More information

Check our events page for confirmed dates of An Artist in the Natural World and future exhibitions.

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