Contemporary artist Amy Wormald is to present a new exhibition of paintings inspired by urban and rural landscapes within 20 miles of Ely.
The exhibition entitled “20-mile radius” will take place at the Babylon Gallery from 29th September – 11th October.
Amy Wormald is a contemporary painter living in Ely whose colourful work is inspired by the Fens, construction and growth. The exhibition brings together a range of work including small studies of colour in nature, large canvases of building sites and roadworks, and a series of paintings showing fen skies and vibrant sunsets. Original framed works in oil and acrylic will be available to browse or buy.
The exhibition was originally scheduled to take place in April but was postponed.
“I’m excited about finally showing my paintings in Ely!” Says Amy Wormald, “The exhibition was originally planned to take place in April but was postponed for obvious reasons. The work has been stacked up around my house just waiting for an audience. I really hope people will pop into the gallery to take a peak. Babylon Gallery is in a location next to the river in Ely and everyone is welcome.”
Amy’s exhibition catalogue can be viewed on the Babylon Arts website.
The ‘20 Mile Radius’ exhibition launches on 29th September until 11th October at the Babylon Gallery, open Tuesday to Sunday, 12pm to 4pm with free entry.
Press release from Babylon ARTS