Art inspired by dreams featured at town centre gallery

PUBLISHED: 17:00 15 September 2017

Art by Aleks Nocny.

Art by Aleks Nocny.


A Weston-super-Mare artist whose work includes murals and sculptures all over town is now showing his work at a gallery.

Aleks Nocny is displaying his dream-inspired art at LT Gallery, in Weston’s Orchard Street.

He said: “This exhibition brings together a collection of my dreams transferred onto canvas by brush and paint.

“I write in my diary what I remember of my dreams every morning and sketch them so that I will remember them.”

Aleks’ work has featured at a number of Weston events, including the Sand Sculpture Festival and at Hazy Days music festival. He has also painted murals on school walls, doing so for free.

Aleks’ work will be on display from now until Tuesday. People can also go along to see him at work on Saturday from 10am-4pm.

The gallery is open on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturday from 10am-4pm and on Thursdays at noon to 4pm.

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