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Saturday, 17 August 2013

Summer Exhibition 2013!

MEMBERS' SUMMER EXHIBITION
17th - 26th August 2013
at The Harley Centre, Castle Square, Ludlow
10.00am to 5.00pm daily.


Well, the weather's been fanta - ... oh, never mind. Our second show of the year has begun! Local writer Peter Burden (www.peterburden.net) opened the show, which had the usual mix of media and subjects, a board of art from the SmArt kids, and a particularly impressive craft table. This year, three awards were also handed out at the private view - Peter chose his 'Judge's Choice' (Keith Noble's St Mary's College, Oxford, Rain), and there were also selections from the Silk Top Hat Gallery (Wilfred Langford's Road to Bromlow Callow) and from the Ludlow Brewing Company (John Hawkings' Stoke St Milborough).

Here are some photos from the opening evening:
Peter Burden (left) opens the Exhibition

The Judge's Choice:
St Mary's College, Oxford, Rain, Watercolour, Keith Noble

Abberley Clock Tower, Acrylic, Richard Bell

Behind the 'Final Stop' Restaurant, Skiathos, Watercolour, Val Alexander

The Craft Table, left side

The Craft Table, right side

Feathers in Full Plumage, Acrylic, Laurence Proxton

Kinky Boots, Pastel, Lesley Connolly

Ludlow War Memorial, Digital Print on Canvas, Tom Crowe

Model Sleeping, Conté Crayon, Margaret Oakes

Monuments, Acrylic, David Tedham

Silk Top Hat Gallery's Choice:
Road to Bromlow Callow, Pastel, Wilfred Langford

Sleeper Post, Watercolour, Martin Dutton

The SmArt board

The Ludlow Brewing Company's Choice (apologies for the quality of the photo here - you'll just have to go and see it in person!):
Stoke St Milborough, Pen and Ink, John Hawkings

Sunset, Rye Harbour, Oil, Keith Noble

The Castle, Pastel, Ann Whall

Tranquility, Oil, Diane Jennings

Under the Waves, Encaustic Wax, Christine Loren

Violas, Watercolour, Ruth Tune

If you do drop by, why not vote for your favourite painting?

Once again we hope you enjoy the show, and maybe we'll see you at our next exhibition in the spring of 2014!

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