13th July 2021 – 13th July 2021
Explore Cheltenham through Wilson’s paintbrush
This talk by curator Ann-Rachael Harwood showcases Cheltenham’s remarkable landscape and nature, from mini beasts to mammals, flowers to fields, churches to colleges. Edward Wilson is best known as one of the explorers who travelled to the South Pole with Captain Scott, he was Cheltenham born and bred. From an early age, Wilson painted what he saw around him. This talks explores his Cheltenham-based art, and brings alive the Gloucestershire landscape he loved.
Ticket price includes tea and coffee on arrival, and a lunch of club sandwiches with side salad and soft drink. (+£4.50 wine / prosecco) Dietary options available – please email email@example.com with your dietary requirements.