Young imaginations sparkle at the Gallery at Elizabeth House
A year ago the Gallery showcased the work of the pupils at Holy Trinity School and what a delight it was. This time it’s the turn of Cookham Rise Primary School, with the show running from 29th January to the end of March, and it is promises to be every bit as good.
The children there have been working with local Marlow artist Nicola Rowsell during an Artist in Residence week. They were presented with the problem of waking up one morning and finding that the River Thames in Cookham had disappeared! They were tasked with thinking about all the wildlife that would be affected and how they would solve the problem of bringing the river back. Superpower characters have been brought to life with costumes and fantastic traveling vehicles to help bring the river back. Join them at the show to view their creations.
The pupils are hard at it as we go to press and we do urge you to call in to see the results. We’re sure it will be a great advertisement for the power of the young imagination – and the pupils’ talents.
The Gallery is open as usual weekdays between 9am and 3pm with a one-hour break at noon. It is located on Station Hill, SL6 9BS