A new exhibition "The Garden of Eden" is on show at the Geltsdale Gallery from 4th February until 26th April.
The Garden of Eden is Katie Locks first solo exhibition and takes the viewer through a rustic, psychedelic trip via abstraction, symbolism and foliage.
Katie is currently based and working in Carlisle, although originally from Blackpool. Katie came to the city as an illustration student, studying at the University of Cumbria and after graduating she decided to make Carlisle her home.
The Garden of Eden is the final show in the RSPB Geltsdale Gallery’s Impressions of the Wild, a programme of six exhibitions by local artists, celebrating the mysteries and wonders of the natural world.
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