Friday, 14 November 2008

A Gaggle of Geese

LISA HOOPER A Gaggle of Geese woodcut £240 unframed

I read this news today, when I was putting together Lisa Hooper's updated CV for our upcoming Christmas exhibition:
at the National Exhibition of Wildlife Art 2008 Lisa's woodcut A Gaggle of Geese was awarded “the most outstanding piece of avian art” by Birds Illustrated magazine.

Congratulations Lisa!

This woodcut was very popular in our exhibition with Lisa earlier in the year and we still have one edition of it for sale in the gallery.

Lisa has made two fantastic new prints for our Christmas Exhibition which opens on December the 6th.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

These are just like the geese we see eating grass at Tatton Park. They could be called a flock or even a skein (when flying) but gaggle is just what they are in the picture.