Christmas Exhibition at The Babylon Gallery

Eduardo Paolozzi 

Paolozzi, is one half of our Christmas Exhibition, which also includes Pictarama, Lego ‘still-life’ scenes from artist Sara Amond. 

Sculptor and printmaker, Edwardo Paolozzi (1924 – 2005) is widely considered to be one of the pioneers of pop art and this exhibition, curated by Goldmark Gallery, will feature the full range of his print work, including many signed pieces.

All work on display will be available to buy and entry is free.

Image credit: ‘Similar remarks apply to Uranium’ by Eduado Paolozzi

Pictarama by Sara Amond 

Pictarama, is one half of our Christmas Exhibition, which also includes prints from Goldmark by Edwardo Paolozzi.

Sara started making framed Lego dioramas in 2013 as birthday presents for family and friends. The more she made, the more ideas kept coming. Sara hoped that other people would like these quirky scenes as much as she did, so decided to share them with the world.

Sara creates little still-life scenes using Lego then glues the scene into box frames making unique framed Lego pictures and dioramas. Lego is such a brilliant toy, sparking imaginations around the world – and so when inspiration strikes, she likes to capture it forever. An idea is born and the required Lego pieces are diligently sourced to create scenes that are then carefully bonded and encased in a frame. Like snowflakes, you’ll never see the same one twice.

Each diorama is unique: Occasionally there may be variations on a popular theme, but each one is different. Both new and played with Lego pieces are used, depending on what can be sourced; some pieces are even custom printed, rare, vintage or collectable!

All work on display will be available to buy and entry is free.

Image: ‘All About Eve’ by Sara Amond

How can we build a better world?
The Babylon Gallery

LEGO® Serious Play® workshop with Tim Casson 

Sunday 1st December, 10.30am 

£5 per ticket including refreshments. Book your place via our website (

Join artist, Tim Casson to explore “How to build a better world with LEGO”.

Working collaboratively and using the LEGO Serious Play methology and materials; we will harness the power of creative play to create new ideas with the ambition to ‘build a better world’. This playful and imaginative session offers a fun introduction to Serious Play, and offers an insight into how the world’s favourite construction toy can be used as a thinking, communication and problem solving tool. 

LEGO will be provided. Suitable for ages 12+. (Booking Recommended)
The session will be followed by drop-in LEGO fun from 2pm until 4pm (no booking required).

Image credit: Vlad Hilitanu

Babylon ARTS is at Waterside, Ely, Cambs CB7 4AU and the gallery is open from Tuesday-Sunday, 12 noon to 4pm.

Exhibition running until the 22nd December.

Press release from Babylon ARTS

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