The Babylon Gallery in Ely is well-known for its support of the arts. Recently it has opened a unique exhibition of Lego Art by Sara Amond. Her work features lego pictures that she has carefully constructed and framed, many of which have a quirky twist. Some of the best examples include a scene from Harry Potter, amusing scenarios of Trump, characters at a bus stop, Rick and the Rocks who seemed to have played so loud that the window broke and Dad’s Shed just the way he wants it. These are only a few of a large, amusing collection.
The gallery also features works by the sculptor and printmaker Eduardo Paolozzi .
The exhibition will be open to the public until 22nd December.