We took another trip to The Lightbox gallery at Woking - we've got £5 annual passes and we're gonna use 'em.
The new exhibition is another selection from The Ingram Collection; "Show us what you're made of!".
There's a mixture of pieces from the famous and the not so well known too - my selection are all a bit on the obscure side.
This is 'From the Places here No one Remembers' by John Carpanini;
Which I thought was rather good and I'm not a big fan of realism.
This powerful sculpture is Jonathan Clarke's 'Feudalism';
Which I thought looked even better from the side;
This is 'Scarface' by Seamus Cuddihy, the Cherry wood split really well here;
And there was me thinking how staid and respectable stained glass windows were;
But for me the first prize goes to this display of confectionary;
Each one carefully sown together out of felt pieces;
By Dena, it's called 'Sweet Sendsation', which is quite funny as Dena is (temporarily) spending a little time at Her Majesty's Prison at Send.
Every bite is brings a smile;
Dena, you are a star, I hope you get out soon.
The exhibition runs until October; you need a £5 pass to get in but it lasts for a whole year. Parking is a problem (unless you have a disabled pass) but there is a coffee shop too and some very friendly volunteers.
Meanwhile, they were setting up a new exhibition of comics while we were there. We may take a look at that too.
(a don't stop till you drop production)
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