IN PHOTOS: Inscription: The Almshouse Tempera Project: 29 September 2015

Here are a selection of images from Inscription: The Almshouse Tempera Project:


Deborah Harty, on … in … through? (detail)

Deborah Harty, on ... in ... through? (detail)
Deborah Harty, on … in … through? (detail)




Peter Suchin, Egg Tempera Puzzle Party (detail)
Peter Suchin, Egg Tempera Puzzle Party (detail)


Atsuhide Ito, Still Life with Broken Eggshells (detail)

Atsuhide Ito, Elizabeth Cotton with Broken Eggshells (detail)

Atsuhide Ito

Atsuhide Ito

Derek Hampson, Norris at Night (2)
Derek Hampson

Peter Suchin

The exhibition is now open in the Atrium space until Friday 23 October. Stay tuned for more images in the coming weeks.

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