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rsz_annie_lennox_by_jane_sanders.jpg NE:Body Draws On

The NE:BODY exhibition at The Aviary in Jesmond has proved so popular it's extending its run. 

The works, by established and emerging artists from across the region, have proved such as hit with art lovers, that the gallery is keeping them in place until 31 October.

The Aviary specialises in unique pieces of art and alongside oil paintings by well-known North East artists such as Lizzie Rowe, Tom Moore and Gerda Roper, are works by Chris Polunin, finalist in The Contemporary Young Artist Award in 2017 and 2018 and Nick Banks, whose work has been exhibited in The Royal Academy, London.  

The exhibition also features work from Teesside-based artist and sculptor, Julia Wager and York’s abstract painter and print maker, David Platts. NE:BODY displays work from across a whole host of mediums, from traditional paintings to digital art and sculptures.

The NE:BODY exhibition will now run until 31 October and Sunday visits are by appointment only.

For more information, visit www.aviaryart.co.uk