From otters to adders, from a tiny ladybird to a magnificent snow leopard, WLT gallery's current exhibition Creatures Great and Small celebrates the wonders of the animal kingdom.
The exhibition includes work by artists including Kate & Hannah Breach, Steve Cale, David Cemmick, Nick Day, Leo Du Feu, Eric Ennion, Timothy Greenwood, Isabel Hutchison, Yvonne Lamden Cooper, William Oliver, Bruce Pearson, Susan Smith, Martin Woodcock and Ian Willis.
Also on display are marine photographs by Toby Gibson and Lesley Wood's Jewel of the Forest, Maureen Minchin's stunning ceramic Otter Pot, animal friendship bracelets by WLT's corporate supporter SHO Fine Jewellery and antique prints by John Gould, Joseph Smit, Edward Lear and Archibald Thorburn.
An amateur video of otters at Thetford, made by James Desira, will also be playing in the gallery during the exhibition.
World Land Trust opened a gallery at its headquarters in Halesworth, north east Suffolk, in 2011. Specialising in wildlife and landscape art, the gallery showcases 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, the gallery raises awareness of wildlife and landscape conservation through the medium of art.
Gallery Opening Times: 10am – 4pm, Monday to Friday. Closed weekends & Bank Holidays unless stated.