Peter Randall-Page: New Sculpture and Works on Paper

Peninsula Arts Gallery, Plymouth University & Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery

www.plymouth.gov.uk/museumprp

Saturday 01 February 2014 – Saturday 10 May 2014

1 February to 29 March 2014 at Peninsula Arts Gallery, Plymouth University

1 February to 10 May 2014 at Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery

This special joint exhibition between Peninsula Arts, Plymouth University and Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery celebrates the work of internationally recognised artist and sculptor, Peter Randall-Page. Presented as one show displayed across the two city centre venues, 'New Sculpture and Works on Paper' is Peter's first major exhibition in the region for twenty five years. From 1 February to 29 March, visitors can view five new large-scale sculptures, beautifully carved from Rosso Luana marble, in the gallery at Peninsula Arts. From 1 February to 10 May, a series of new large-scale ink drawings investigate mirror image symmetry, branching and root patterns can also be seen at Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery. Admission is free to both sites and a programme of related events is on offer while the exhibition is on display. For full information about opening hours at each venue visit www.plymouth.gov.uk/museumprp

Image caption: Source Seed III (detail) by Peter Randall-Page. Image by Steve Russell, courtesy of the artist.

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