There’s still time to catch the wonderful Francesca Bray exhibition at Walthamstow Village Window Gallery.
Beneath the surface is collage presented on vintage NHS lightboxes. Bray uses scientific imaging techniques to investigate microscopic crystal formations found in nature – including the structure of cancer cells, underwater organisms and the fractal patterns of rivers.
The delicate materials and intricate methods employed in Bray’s lightboxes continue in her works on paper – stitched compositions involving watercolour and gold leaf.
Walthamstow Village Gallery is a 24-hour curated exhibition space that utilises the large window space so evening passers-by can enjoy the exhibitions.
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Francesca Bray’s exhibition finishes on Sunday 27 March 2016.