SRI is an artist and illustrator of Eurasian heritage. Having grown up in both South East Asia and the UK, she draws upon the experience of this mixed background to provide a significant influence in her work. SRI’s inspiration is the synthesis of her exposure to, and interest in diverse cultures, with ideas being generated from an abundant spectrum of visual, mythological and multicultural sources.
'Between Worlds' is SRI's debut solo exhibition and an opportunity to showcase her work to a discerning audience for the very first time. The Print House Gallery is proud to support SRI in the next most prominent stage of her career.
Nearest Station: Dalston Kingsland | Turn Right out of the Station, left onto Abbott Street, and right onto Ashwin Street.
Gallery Opening Times : Mon-Fri 9am-5pm | Sat-Sun 11am-4pm
The show opens next week Thursday 4TH FEBRUARY with a private view from 6.30PM - 9.30PM. Exhibition running until Sunday 28th February 2010.
The Print House Gallery | 18 Ashwin Street | Dalston | E8 3DL
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