Quentin Blake is one of Britain’s best-loved and most successful illustrators, having won countless awards and appointed Britain’s first Children’s Laureate. He is known by young and old alike, his name having been synonymous with his illustrations for Roald Dahl’s books. Recently Quentin has been commissioned by hospitals and health centres in the UK and abroad to produce works which have a therapeutic effect on their residents.
This exhibition brings together over 50 original works to Paisley Museum, the only Scottish venue to have been chosen to showcase these pieces and allow visitors to experience the effects for themselves.
This exhibition has been organised by Compton Verney in collaboration with the House of Illustration.
The exhibition runs until 24 June.
Entry is free to under 16 years and adult entry is £2.