Pinner residents were treated to a special showing a selection of illustrations at an exhibition last month at the Heath Robinson Museum.
Throughout December and the start of January, the museum hosted a specially curated exhibition by renowned children’s illustrator Korky Paul.
On December 8, the friends of the museum group were treated to a private viewing of the illustrations from the illustrator famous for the Winnie the Witch series.
Speaking to PinnerNews, Ruth McNeil from the Friends of Heath Robison Museum said the exhibition was thoroughly enjoyed with the attendance of Paul bringing it to life.
She said: “It was the first time he’s had an exhibition dedicated to himself and it was loved by adults and children alike.
“It is very loosely linked to Heath Robinson, he loves the absurd and the quirky and his figures are very dramatic.”
One visitor who commented on the exhibition, said: “It was wonderful to have a contemporary and living artist represented.”
The friends are now looking forward to the next exhibition Heath Robinson’s Children’s Stories which is running until May 15.
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