The human form in latest exhibition

PUBLISHED: 11:00 12 January 2012

Its Toasted by Jonathan Sparrow.

Its Toasted by Jonathan Sparrow.

The Lloyd Gill gallery

THE Lloyd Gill Gallery will present an exhibition entitled Is This It, displaying pieces which express the human form in a multitude of guises.

The exhibition will hold its preview night on January 21 and will display art that will form a united stand towards what humans endear through life, the good, the bad and the not so pretty.

The show will include work by expressive painter Ivan de Monbrison, Jonathan Sparrow, David Bateman Williams and photography by Laura Baker and Rudi Geyser.

Some of the art work will also encounter the exhibitions title question, Is This It? and delve into philosophical whims that relate to human existence.

The Weston gallery, in Lee house, Beaconsfield Road, is open from 10am-4pm from Monday to Saturday and the exhibition will take place from January 23-February 17.

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