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Kate MccGwire: Dichotomy Exhibition The Harley Gallery

The Harley Gallery, Welbeck, Worksop, Notts, S80 3LW
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The Harley Gallery
​20 October 2018 - 2 January 2019
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On show at The Harley Gallery, Dichotomy is an exhibition by internationally renowned British sculptor Kate MccGwire.  

MccGwire uses natural materials to explore the play of opposites at an aesthetic and visceral level. The works look familiar yet otherworldly, beautiful and disgusting, tranquil and malicious. Growing up on the Norfolk Broads her connection with nature and fascination with birds was nurtured from an early age, with avian subjects and materials a recurring theme in her artwork.

Come along on Friday 19 October for A Preview Walk and Talk Tour of the exhibition

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