The new development at the Five Rivers Health & Wellbeing Centre (former leisure centre) is a fantastic addition to the facilities on offer in Salisbury. The extended reception area of this exciting new building offers local artists a wonderful new opportunity to display their work, and the first exhibition opened this week showing the images of David Walker.
David has been a photographer for most of his working career. Having travelled extensively he has inevitably been influenced by many cultures and life experiences whether it was trekking to Mount Everest or exploring the veld in KwaZulu Natal. David is currently working on the influences that street art have to the background of our everyday life and in particular exploring the cultural differences between street art in a variety of different countries.
Karen Linaker from the centre commented “this new exhibition space is a great opportunity for all in the Salisbury community area, whether a school, community group, amateur or professional artist, to display their work in this popular public place. The space is free for anyone to hire and is intended to facilitate art and culture as something that can also enhance our sense of wellbeing, alongside the great sport and leisure activities already based at the centre.”
Anyone wishing to exhibit at the Five Rivers Health & Wellbeing Centre should contact Karen Linaker on 01722 434697 or firstname.lastname@example.org