Discover the amazing life-cycle of our native eels in this stunning exhibition of prints by nationally known wildlife artist Julia Manning. Eels have populated our rivers and coastal waters for millions of years, but their numbers have declined alarmingly in recent times. As well as their beauty, Julia Manning’s prints vividly capture the vulnerability of the eels and the dangers they face as a species.
Julia studied at Bath Academy of Art and has been earning a living from her paintings, drawings and prints ever since. A member of The Society of Wildlife Artists, she is a regular exhibitor at the Royal Academy Summer show and has work in public and private collections throughout the UK.
Admission free, all welcome. Meet Julia at the gallery and learn more about her work on Saturday 23 March, 30 March and 6 April.