A BURTON illustrator’s exhibition of images around her hometown is proving a hit at the town’s library.
‘Life line’ is Heather Horsley’s first solo exhibition in Burton and sees her explore the area’s architecture and people’s relationship to it, stemming from a fascination of the interplay between environment and society.
She told the Mail: “Burton and Derby have so much to offer – they have a wealth of interesting architecture and distinctive places where people can relax, enjoy and relate to beautiful surroundings and the atmosphere it creates.
Miss Horsley is a freelance illustrator based at Bank’s Mill studios in Derby, working predominantly in the publishing sector of children’s books, greeting cards and commercial illustration.
She will be holding the exhibition at Burton Library, in Riverside, until September 30.
Anyone who would like to purchase any pieces from the exhibition can call 07846 676735 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Further information is available at www.heatherhorsley.com