A collection of sculptures and 3D work depicting the political life of the Tudors and Stuarts has gone on display at Trinity School.
The Shaw Gallery is exhibiting work by Martha MacDonald whose ceramic, plaster and wooden sculptures offer a contemporary view on the life of Mary Queen of Scots and Elizabeth I.
Mrs MacDonald said: “I am very grateful to Trinity for the opportunity to show my work in the fantastic space that is the Shaw Gallery.
“It is the first time that the Creep series has been displayed in its entirety and it spans different periods. I should like to thank Alan Smith and Trinity School for making this exhibition possible.”
The exhibition is opened at weekends from 12pm to 3pm until March 15. Go to trinity-school.org for more information.
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