Never Stop Exploring is an exhibition by Bristol based illustrator George Chislett. We first met George back in August and were enamoured with his textural illustrative style. See the original post here
'Set to be filled with tales of mechanical animals, whimsical fishing trips and young braves facing off against titanic beasts, Never Stop Exploring is a journey through the narratives and imagination of George’s illustrative style. Without giving too much away, the exhibition should also be an explorative experience for the audience, as the gallery itself will be transformed, inviting the public to 'put on their hiking boots' and get involved.
Work for sale will be a mix of mediums; high quality giclee prints, screen prints, and a handful of 3D pieces, as well as some more festive suited items such as cards and wrapping papers.
With mountain explorers, Russian nesting bears and inspiring archaeological cross sections… you’re going to have to come in.'
The private view is from 7pm on Monday the 9th of December and the exhibition runs to Sunday the 15th of December at The Big Room of The Parlour Showrooms, Bristol. Opening times are 10am-6pm every day.