Artist takes over Grantham shop front for exhibition
A local artist has taken over a shop front to host an exhibition of her drawings and paintings.
Gabriela Majcherowicz who lives in Barrowby Gate, Grantham, with fiancée Freeth Goodacre, is hosting the exhibition in the Issac Newton Centre, Grantham, until the end of December.
Gabriela lived in Poland and graduated with an MA from the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts, before she moved to England five years ago.
She wanted a way to share her talent in Grantham and approached management at the shopping centre to ask about a stall.
However they suggested that she use one of the empty shop fronts as an ideal exhibition space.
The display, which mainly features paintings and drawings of people’s faces, includes a dozen black and white ink drawings, oil and acrylic and pencil portraits. She also uses watercolours and charcoal.
Gabriela said: “You can see people through their eyes and mood. Faces are able to show you into the soul of someone.”
You can see the exhibition in the Issac Newton Centre, Grantham, until Saturday, December 29.
Visit www.gabrush.pl, call 07522 309408 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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