Date(s) - Tue 1 December - Mon 7 December
Surreal and evocative art exhibition with powerful anti-poaching message
Ivory Towers is a new powerful exhibition at Co-LAB gallery, Bristol showcasing three of Bristol’s extraordinary artists. Each has his own unique style but all are united by the common theme of wildlife. Works from two of the artists particular have a strong anti-poaching message and all are donating 10% of sales to the International Anti-Poaching Foundation. Featured work from these Bristol artists includes Neil Roberts’s ‘Target Practice’ – a heartbreaking oil painting of elephants painted with targets; Patrick Tutton (DIFF)’s ‘Take the blue pill not my horn’ an evocative rhino head sculpture and Julian Quaye’s ‘The Cult of the Illuminated Telling Box’ – a surreal painting of an anthropomorphic elephant on a throne with an ancient TV.
More information http://www.julianquaye.co.uk/news.php