AN EXHIBITION of street paintings and stencil art will go on display at Margate Gallery tomorrow (Friday).
The gallery in Lombard Street will host an exhibition of work by urban artist Teddy Baden.
Atopy and the Raindog opens on Friday, April 12 and runs until Sunday, May 12.
The show has been curated by Danielle Gilbert, and celebrates the relationship between humans and animals.
Baden is a stencil artist most known for his street paintings of dogs.
His work exudes a vivacious sense of wit, humour and cynicism.
He creates images of dogs wearing snorkels and zany paints.
Teddy Baden studied fine art under the direction of artist Brian Griffiths and Turner Prize winner Jeremy Deller.
At Friday's private view one of Teddy's sculptures will be unveiled at the gallery.
During the exhibition, Baden will be stencilling artwork in a mystery location in Margate Old Town and at GB Pizza Company in Marine Drive.
Visitors will also have the chance to get their hands on a piece of original artwork as Baden will be available to complete dog portrait commissions throughout the show.
Bookings for pet portraits can be made through Margate Gallery.
*Atopy and the Raindog by Terry Baden opens on Friday, April 12 with a private view from 6pm to 8pm, and runs until Sunday, May 12.
Margate Gallery in Lombard Street is open Monday to Friday Monday to Saturday, 11am to 5pm, and Sunday noon to 4pm.
Call 01843 292779.