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Her Presence in Colours

Burngreave was privileged recently to host the 'Her Presence in Colours' exhibition at the Clock Tower gallery in the Northern General. The exhibition featured contributions from women artists all over the world, including a number from Burngreave.

Many who have seen the exhibition have commented how uplifting and accessible the paintings and artwork were. The exhibition's sustainable environment theme was taken up by Burngreave artist Krysia Zajac's photomontage around the theme of recycling and the Messenger's own Lisa Swift, who turned an old desk and a pile of paper into a comfy chair.

Other Burngreave artists contributing included Liz Bradshaw, Cassandra Limb, Panni Loh, Gemma and Sophie Slack, Liz Mackenzie (pictured bottom left), Nuala Price and Gulzar Iqbal's woven craftwork, pictured bottom right.

The exhibition was preceded by a week of activity including gallery visits and a conference bringing artists from Burngreave and different countries together to share knowledge and experience.

The event is a credit to the organiser Panni Loh.

 

Works displayed at the Clock Tower 'Her Presence in Colours' exhibition. Works displayed at the Clock Tower 'Her Presence in Colours' exhibition.
Example of Liz Mackenzie's work. Gulzar Iqbal's woven craftwork.
 
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