New solo exhibition on abstract cubism on display at Nuneaton Museum until late March

Mason Moore | Hinckley Reporter | 30 January 2022

A NEW solo exhibition is being held inside of Nuneaton’s Museum and Art Gallery, based inside of Riversley Park.

Nuneaton Museum and Art Gallery (Image: Mason Moore)

Peter Scott Carre’s colourful and vivid solo exhibition first went on display inside of the Museum’s Landing Gallery to members of the public yesterday (Saturday, 29 January), where it will remain until Sunday, 27 March.

The exhibition displays ‘playful’ compositions and colourful abstract cubism paintings.

Visitors can marvel at his collection of multicoloured cubes and geometric shapes which are inspired by the works of Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque.

Original paintings in the exhibition are available to purchase – either by cash or cheque – as well as greeting cards in the shop.

Coun. Sue Markham, Portfolio Holder for Public Services at the Borough Council, said: “This is such a vibrant show, you can really see the influences of those well-known abstract painters. Come and support this local artist and explore this joyous show.”

The Museum is open from 10.30am to 4.30pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

But, it has been stressed that on Thursdays, only the Museum’s downstairs area and tearoom are open.

Admission is free into the exhibition, but donations are welcomed from visitors.

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