This exhibition features recent work inspired by travels along the south coast from Cornwall to Kent.

Gardiner’s paintings reflect a deep, long-term interest in the geology of landscape and how it is shaped by the forces of nature. This time Gardiner has not only taken his inspiration from the natural world but from popular portrayals of the south coast in travel posters, guidebooks and postcards.

The exhibition features paintings of iconic subjects such as Durdle Door, Old Harry Rocks, St Michael’s Mount and the Seven Sisters as well as Shell posters, railway posters, postcards and guides.

PaintingContemporary artSouth East

St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery

New Street, Lymington, Hampshire, SO41 9BH

01590 676 969


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