Arctic art to go on show in Wooler
A stunning exhibition of artwork painted on location in the depths of the Arctic Circle will soon be on display in Wooler.
The Northumbrian artist, Georgia Rose Murray, has had the privilege of attending a number of research trips to the region.
Her work examines and explores the vividly beautiful colours of the Arctic and the topical issue of climate change which she witnessed at first hand.
Painting in the Arctic has its challenges and Georgia was under strict instructions to carry a gun at all times due to the risk of polar bear attacks.
The exhibition will take place at [email protected] on Wooler High Street from January 18.
Georgia will give a talk about her work and experiences at a preview evening on January 17 at 6pm. Please reserve a space by calling 01668 282443 if you would like to attend the talk.