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Tuesday, 4 April 2017

LAS Spring Exhibition Now On at St. Laurence's, Ludlow

Well we made it! The exhibition screens are refurbished (most kindly, by Treasure & Co.) The church of St. Laurence is back to normal after parts were closed off following recent storm damage. And our exhibition is up and running, with a lovely collection of 126 original paintings and sculptures by 26 artists, plus three very full racks of original works (browsers), and of course loads of greetings cards.

The exhibition continues until 2pm on Monday 10th April, open from 10am to 5pm, Monday to Saturday, and ~11.30am to 5pm on Sunday. Already, 13 paintings have sold, so if you're thinking of buying anything, you should get there sooner rather than later. There are prices to suit all pockets, and credit cards can be used for purchases.

Below are some shots of the exhibition, which are no substitute for the real thing so come on down and see for yourself.
 

This wonderful painting, Laundry Room at Croft Castle, is by one of our newer members, Larry Turner. It's Larry's first exhibition with us, and what a good show! Let's hope there'll be more of this in the future. Sorry about the reflection of the church organ.


Animal pictures are always well represented, and sought by purchasers. This board has pictures by Lesley Connolly, Val Littlehales and Anne Priest.

Here, Catherine Downes and Samuel Bebb show off some great works.

Tom Crowe's sculpture makes a welcome variation from paintings. Do you make any three-dimensional works? Why not enter them into our next exhibition, in August?

George Loades' beatiful work Dhustone Washing, Clee Hill (top right) rightfully sold almost immediately. The others are by Rob Leckey and Val Littlehales.
 

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