If you get the chance to visit this incredible exhibition we can’t recommend it enough. It is for us what art and creativity is all about. There’s an amazing amount of diversity in the works, from Grayson Perry’s pots and tapestries to knitted landscapes, paintings and automata created by all sorts of people and celebrities.
Exhibition themes include Love, Heroes and Heroines, Normal Life, Inside my Head, Holidays, The Future, and The Queen. It democratises art and really makes it accessible - added to that the Midlands Arts Centre has a policy of pay as you feel for this show too, making it financially within the reach of anyone who can get to the venue.
Grayson Perry has the ability and skills to communicate with everyone and makes us all feel that we can express ourselves creatively, in fact perhaps that it’s essential that we do. Just what we are all about here in the Happy House too.
Beautifully curated the exhibition is touching, colourful, hopeful.
Grayson’s Art Club
MAC Birmingham March 21st - June 25th
Pay what you feel
Josie Beszant and/or Ian Scott Massie, both artists from Masham North Yorkshire, Uk.