An exhibition at the fringe of Plymouth’s British Art Show – Imaginary Beings – was briefly made homeless due to its content being a bit risque for the venue. Step in Martin Bush, who has offered part of his studio space at Royal William Yard for the remainder of the exhibition.
Matin will hosting the Imaginary Beings exhibition and will be displaying a selection of his own paintings, which will all be marked by an impromptu evening at the gallery.
Martin said: “We thought it a neat idea to have a celebratory evening which kind of points out the support between us artist here in Plymouth which has come about from the BAS7.”
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