Birmingham-born artist D'Arrelle Harrison is holding his second solo exhibition in the city. The Moseley Exchange welcomes Harrison back to Birmingham after his successful career in the art world.
Harrison is a great artist and has travelled across America with his work, and it is Birmingham's great honour to have him back.
His striking canvas works offer an ethereal take on the kinship between the natural and spiritual worlds. Arguably a reflection of the Romantic Period, like the works of William Blake and John Keats. Such influential British poets have clearly had an effect on this local talent.
It's free, it's exciting, and it's all new artwork. Cool. The ever-considerate Moseley Exchange is open later during the week, so you don't have an excuse for not paying a visit. It's also a nice treat for school children - kids always love art, right? - and hey, they might enjoy it.
It's also nice to see a Brummy doing so well, and alone too. Brave and talented? D'Arelle appears the most eligible of all ... sorry, back to the art.