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It is your last chance to see the world premiere of Wild Colour at Nuneaton Museum & Art Gallery

Published on Tuesday, 4th July 2023

Lion photo

This exhibition combines stunning photographs with the science of colour, visitors have raved about it and it runs until Sunday, 9 July.

Created by Blue Tokay the exhibition is brand new and its world premiere is at Nuneaton Museum & Art Gallery

The images include a gorilla, a lion, a chameleon and a porcupine amongst other creatures.

Cllr Sue Markham, Portfolio Holder for Public Services at Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council, said:

"Come along to the Nuneaton Museum & Art Gallery to see before Sunday to see 'Wild Colour!'

"It is a world premiere and is at our museum and gallery. It is an exciting exhibition with some stunning pieces, also remember there are other displays to enjoy."

Also on show is Coventry and Warwickshire Society of Artists Annual Show. 

The range of work shows the incredible talent of artists in the area and many of the works are for sale.

Artists include Rupert Cordeaux (Winner of Channel 4’s Watercolour Challenge) Emma Gluylas, Uthaya Swoboda, Maciej Platwa, Sheila Cowen, Sue Clifford, Susan Moore, Joe Eccles, Pat McHale, Cozmin Olalau, Fleur Finch, John Freeman, Marcus Miller, Jackie Terrett and Debabrata Mukhopadhyay.

Remember, as with all our shows, admission is free and there are also our other displays to enjoy throughout the building.

While at the Museum, why not also check out our temporary exhibitions?

Visit our Museum & Art Gallery webpage for opening hours.