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From Where The Wild Things Are, a gallery wall of paintings of varying sizes and styles, on the theme of nature.

Where The Wild Things Are

Dave Allen, Melanie Carvalho, Marcus Coates, Henrik Håkansson, Ilana Halperin, Duncan Marquiss, Christopher Orr, Diana Thater, The Lonely Piper

10 June - 13 August 2006

Where The Wild Things Are draws together a fascinating range of works by nine artists, which explore the complicated relationship between humankind and nature, its struggle to co-exist, communicate and understand one another. Taking its title from the children’s book of the same name by Maurice Sendak, the exhibition illustrates the weird and wonderful ways through which we attempt to relate to nature, its birds and beasts.

From Where The Wild Things Are at DCA Galleries. An enclosure made out of wood. Inside, there are trees, bark and two birds sitting on the trees.
From Where The Wild Things Are, two crows sit on a branch.
From Where The Wild Things Are, a small, twisting tree with no leaves sits in DCA Galleries.
From Where The Wild Things Are, a gallery wall of small paintings on the theme of nature.
From Where The Wild Things Are, a gallery wall of paintings of varying sizes and styles, on the theme of nature.
From Where The Wild Things Are, a twisty tree with no leaves sits in DCA Galleries.