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WLT Gallery Summer Exhibition

Shelduck Family by Robert Greenhalf.
Date and Time: 
Until 30 September 2015
Venue: 
World Land Trust Art Gallery, Halesworth
Details: 

A new collection of original oil studies by printmaker Robert Greenhalf was shown at World Land Trust (WLT) Art Gallery during the summer of 2015.

Robert’s work features a colourful array of birds, with a focus on wetland species such as godwits, cranes and shelducks (pictured).

The exhibition was curated by Andrew Haslen of the Wildlife Art Gallery in Lavenham in partnership with WLT. A selection of Andrew’s spectacular lynx studies were also on display.

The exhibition ran from 28 August to the end of September 2015.

More information

WLT Gallery in Blyth House, Bridge Street, Halesworth, Suffolk IP19 8AB is open 10am-4pm Monday to Friday.

Specialising in wildlife and landscape art, WLT Art 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 raises awareness of wildlife and landscape conservation.

From September 2015 onwards, on the first Monday of each month, the gallery will showcase a new selection of prints, paintings and sculpture including work from Jeremy James and Pauline Hall.

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