THIS impressive creation rode into a gallery in North West Leicestershire as a local artist showcased his skills.
Gavin Darby brought a few examples of his work during a visit to the Ferrers Centre, in Staunton Harold.
The motorbike and biker is among a range of Mr Darby’s work to be crafted out of recycled material.
His work will remain on display in the venue’s courtyard throughout the Easter holidays.
Rachel Chambers, the gallery’s owner, said: “Ferrers Gallery is sometimes too small to showcase all the British contemporary craft we would like to showcase, so for a few weeks we have put work by local sculptor Gavin Darby in the Ferrers Centre courtyard for all to see.
“These pieces are wonderfully put together. All sorts of bits of scrap metal have been used to create these characters, from rusty nuts and bolts to coils, springs and spanners.”
Staff at the gallery are providing another reason to spend Easter with them.
The venue, in Melbourne Road, will be holding a scrambled Easter egg hunt for youngsters over the Easter weekend.
Entry will cost 50p and all entrants who complete the hunt will receive a chocolate Easter egg.
Everyone is welcome.