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Mark Hearld Children’s Illustration Exhibition To celebrate the publication of A First Book of Nature

Tuesday 1st May 2012 9:30am - Sunday 13th May 2012 6pm 107 Charing Cross Road Exhibition, Free Event

This fantastic exhibition celebrates the publication of A First Book of Nature, written by Nicola Davies, illustrated by Mark Hearld and published by Walker Books. Come along to the Foyles Gallery to see paper-cut pigeons flying through the sky, collaged fish swimming in a rock pool and an exquisite array of original artwork from the book. Mark Hearld brings nature's changing seasons and its rich cast of creatures to life - spring hares mid-leap, the buzz of insects in summer, worms by moonlight, starlings in flight and a fox padding through a winter snow-covered garden - in this delightful exhibition.

Venue: The Foyles Gallery, Third Floor, Charing Cross Road

Tickets: Free, no need to book

Opening Hours: 1st - 13th May 2012 (Mon - Sat 9.30am - 5pm, Sun 11.30am - 6pm)

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