Light House Cinema and Cafe Bar is welcoming a new exhibition into its gallery space this week. Running until the 29th October, the free to enter exhibition by Hammond Galleries includes work by a range of artists and promises to be a stunning show at the landmark Chubb Buildings venue.Artist Graham Short will be exhibiting a number of microscopic engravings including 'The Lord's Prayer' engraved on the head of a pin. David Lindon will be showcasing his 6 micro masterpieces including 'Starry Night' in the eye of a needle. The exhibition will also be a UK exclusive display for Californian 'hand-stamp' artist Russell Powell and Hammond Galleries is privileged to be his exclusive UK partner.
Speaking about the exhibition, organisers at Hammond Galleries say:
'The journey we have been on over the past 18 months has been difficult for all and 'A New Beginning' is a fitting title to mark the advent of an exciting exhibition showcasing a range of fantastic artists. The preview evening will be on Thursday 7th October between 6-9 and we would be honoured to have you join us to celebrate the occasion and the artwork on display.
Light House CEO Kelly Jeffs adds:
'From the sneak peek we've had of the work on display, we can tell that this show will continue the tradition of excellent exhibitions we've held here at Light House. We're delighted to welcome Hammond Galleries and the artists to our gallery and look forward to seeing the space full of visitors enjoying the work.'