From 14 May to 1 June, the Library Gallery will be running an exhibition of work by artists linked with the well-established sculpture course at Stoke Park Community College in Coventry.
Under the tutelage of George Wagstaffe, whose work will also be featured, participants take ideas from the close study of the human figure and express them in clay, plaster, stone or bronze.
This term sees the final series of exhibitions in the Library Gallery; the forthcoming remodelling of the entrance to the library means that the current gallery space will be lost. Since 1999 over ninety artists from the region have been given the opportunity to show their work in a place at the centre of University life which also has good public access. It has been a feature of our cultural landscape much valued within the University and in the wider community. Thanks are due to the three Warwick academics, Catherine Bates, Richard Yeomans and Louise Campbell, whose enthusiasm kept the programme running during the past eight years.
For more information on the Library Gallery, visit http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/art/librarygallery/