Artist and illustrator Mark Holiday @DoncasterMuseum

Expect some characters like this fellow....

Expect some characters like this fellow….

Doncaster based artist and illustrator Mark Holiday is holding an exhibition of his fairy tale and wildlife paintings, along with images from his lavishly illustrated children’s book Gullwick and the Sunset.Which is being held at Doncaster museum and art gallery from Saturday the 16th of May until Sunday the 28th of June. Admission Free.

The Exhibition is dedicated to the young and the young at heart. Be an Illustrator for a few hours

On Sunday the 7th of June from 11am through to 3.30pm Mark will be holding a workshop where you can come along and be an illustrator for a few hours. It will be held at Doncaster museum in the same room as Mark’s exhibition. It is open to young and old alike. Bring along any art materials you may have, though there will be plenty of paper and pencils. Tea and biscuits will be provided but if you would like some lunch you will have to bring that along.

Admission is free so you will need to book your place by contacting the museum and art gallery.

Website: www.doncaster.gov.uk/museums

Address: Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery, Chequer rd, Doncaster, DN1 2AE  Tel: (01302) 734293

Opening Times: Wednesday-Friday 10am-4.30pm

Saturday-Sunday 10.30am-4.15pm

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