Wildlife Art comes to the Capital this Winter

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Wildlife Art comes to the Capital this Winter

This winter the majestic animals of warmer climes come to the capital.

Not literally, but in two new exhibitions at the Sladmore Contemporary Gallery in Mayfair.

The two artists Mark Coreth and Rosie Corcoran, both believe in seeing the creatures in the wild before creating their works. Both came on to London Live to tell Luke Blackall about their shows.

If you want to see the work, Coreth's show Power and Motion is open now and Rosie Corcoran's exhibition Old Friends and New Faces opens on the 2nd of December. Both run until Christmas Eve 2015.

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