New Damien Hirst print at Gallery Pangolin in Stroud, Gloucestershire
A newly-published Damien HIrst print is drawing art lovers to a popular annual exhibition at Gallery Pangolin.
The fresh print is of a working sketch originally done by Hirst for his 1994 work Away from the Flock.
The completed floor-based sculpture of a lamb in formaldehyde is now at The Tate.
But for Hirst's many fans in the Five Valleys, where Britain's richest living artist has several studios, the chance to see and even buy the new print locally is a delight.
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Famous names like Hirst, Royal Academicians, up-and-coming talent and sculptors local to Gloucestershire are all taking part, says the gallery's Sally James.
"The show offers an excellent opportunity for collectors and first-time buyers to acquire work by well know artists at affordable prices," she said.
Among the Sculptors' Prints and Drawings show, which runs until March 28, is Moon Series A from the late Lynn Chadwick, who lived at Lypiatt Park.
The exhibition is taking place for the fifth consecutive year in conjunction with Impress 13 International Printmaking Festival in Stroud, Cheltenham and the Cotswolds.
Not dissimilar to Chadwick's forms, which are familiar from his family's stunning sculpture park, are drawings from Terence Coventry.
His Talking Couples is shown, alongside Lorraine Robbins' maybe disturbing two-headed dog I Can't Do This Without You and work by Ralph Brown, Jon Buck, Naum Gabo, Eduardo Paolozzi and many more. Gallery Pangolin in Chalford is open Monday to Friday, 10am to 6pm, and on Saturdays until 1pm.