OLD WORLD – NEW WORLD: THE WILDLIFE ART OF GUY COMBES AND ANDREW DENMAN
You are cordially invited to a joint exhibition by internationally recognised artists Guy Combes and Andrew Denman at the Nature in Art Museum, Gloucestershire.
The exhibition consists of over twenty original works of art, with Combes focussing on the wildlife of his native Kenya
and Denman exploring the birds of North and South America.
Please join us at the opening reception on Saturday 11th August at 7pm. This evening is free but please do give us a call if you are planning to join us.
Two further presentation evenings will be held on 18th and 24th August 7pm. The entrance fee for each evening is £5.25 per person.
The exhibition will run from Tuesday 7th August through to Sunday 26th August.
For more information please call us on 01905 731 373 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nature in Art Museum
Gloucester GL2 9PA
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the artists’ work will benefit the museum and the wildlife conservation and educational programs of Soysambu Conservancy, Kenya.
The exhibition has been sponsored by World Odyssey
About the artists…
Old World-New World is a joint exhibition of original artwork by two of the most notable young painters in the field of wildlife art today. Artists work in distinctly different but complimentary styles. Combes, a native of Kenya, uses oil and canvas to communicate his extensive knowledge of African Wildlife with an old master’s technique, a novelist’s love for dramatic narrative, and a 21st century eye for colour and design.
Denman, born and raised on the West Coast of the United States, approaches the wildlife of the New World, particularly birds, with the precision of a naturalist coupled with a thoroughly modern sensibility that allows for the abstract and descriptive to meld seamlessly in his acrylic on board compositions. The wildlife art genre today is in a state of flux, and Denman and Combes are among a new artistic vanguard bringing a fresh and creative approach to animal painting.