ALancaster artist is presenting A Fresh View of Home in his new exhibition atThe Dukes gallery.
DavidFrench, who is originally from Morecambe, is displaying paintings from histravels and recent works of the Morecambe Bay area.
Davidis a former senior lecturer in carpentry and joinery at Lancaster &Morecambe College, who first exhibited his art in 2001 and has worked as a fulltime artist since 2013.
“The planwas to pack in work and cycle around the world with my easel..and partner,Kath,” said David.
“The exhibition maps thejourney (so far), reflects the influence of the places I have lived and withnew paintings of Morecambe Bay. I hope to illustrate the way that travel haschanged my palette, perspective and approach to work.”
A Fresh View of Homeincludes plein air sketches and studio works of France, Italy and Cornwall.
Visitors to The Dukesbetween 1-4pm on April 6 will be able to watch David at work as part of aweekend of activities celebrating the launch of Lancaster Art Safari.
AFresh View of Home runs until June 1. If you are making a special trip to seeit, call the Box Office as sometimes the gallery is used for other activities.
Formore information, ring the Box Office on 01524 598500 or visit www.dukes-lancaster.org