10am to 5pm (closes 3pm on final day)

6 June 2015 to 13 June 2015
Threadneedle Space

Admission Free

A group exhibition of Zimbabwean sculptors in stone.

The group takes inspiration from the history, culture, people and animals of the Zimbabwean community they grew up in.

Tawanda Sarieni who runs the artist collective Mystery in Stone, supports and promotes stone sculptors from Zimbabwe. The collective works with the artists’ families and communities directly supporting those affected by AIDS with education and care.

Find out more: www.mysteryinstone.com

On display alongside the sculpture are paintings by Charles Baughman.

Wichita-based Baughman is inspired by the natural world. In his work, natural forms become infused with Impressionist and Abstract Expressionist concepts, creating beautiful and vivid abstractions of the world.

Find out more: www.charlesbaughman.com