Art marks Pedestrian's move to next step
An exhibition showcasing the talents of four artists was due to open today.
Pedestrian, in Rutland Street, Leicester, is displaying work by Sarah Kirby, Sally Rose Renner, Claire Sherriff and Diana Tiernan until Monday.
The Leicester Collective exhibition is being staged to celebrate the re-launch of the gallery, which from now on will be known as The Gallery @ Pedestrian.
Highfields artist and printmaker Sarah's work features pictures of iconic city buildings such as the Wildt Mellor Bromley hosiery factory and former Gents clock makers, in St Saviours Road, Evington.
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"This is my first time showing at Pedestrian and I am very pleased to have been invited," she said.
De Montfort University undergraduate Claire, 30, from Wigston, is displaying a set of intricately hand-crafted aluminium pierced bowls.
She said: "The Pedestrian Gallery is a fantastic space to exhibit work and the charity offers brilliant opportunities for designers and artists."
Camilla Maddison, head of fund-raising for Pedestrian, said: "We're at a very exciting stage in our development and have ambitious plans."
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