An exhibition of British Artist Peter John Wells' works at the British Council

Twenty-seven images: nine collages, nine gouaches and nine oils made over a period two years in a studio in India by British artist Peter John Wells will be displayed at the British Council from February 9 to 24 (10 a.m. to 7 p.m.). The collection of works titled "Indelible Ink" is part of BC's "A Season of Seeing - Frame".Along with the collages and paintings, Peter will be creating a work titled "Rhubarb" (a British delicacy), during the show. Its progress can be seen in the library. A film by the same name will kindle your curiosity about the fruit Rhubarb. Born in Kenya in 1958, Peter Well has exhibited widely in Europe and India, where he has lived and travelled for 22 years. He came to India when he was 28 and the experience left an indelible impression on him. Inspired by Picasso, he studied art at Bath Academy. His works include paintings on temples, people, landscapes or simply a matchbox. For details call 42050600.

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