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Sunday, September 8, 2013


24 artists sold a total of more than 40 paintings at this year's summer exhbition. The standard of entries exceeded all expectations and the professional quality of artists' greetings cards enhanced the event.

'Just Having a Rest' an acrylic painting by Peter Gurney
Live Life Like Someone Left the Gate Open' and 'What Tme Do You Call This?' acrylic paintings by Paula Anning

Betty Rackham and her acrylic painting 'Mont St. Michel from the Cote D’Emeraude'
'Rhiannon Porthlevin' an oil painting by Rosalind Saggs
Pat Garvey and her encaustic painting 'Stream of Life'
'Poppies' an acrylic painting by Jill Gillespie

'Colourfall'  an acrylic and glaze painting by Mary Maskell 

Shirley Lester and her acrylic painting 'Solo'

'Dramatic Splendour' an acrylic painting by Claire Palmer
Peter Warland and his watercolour painting 'Seagull'

'Chelsey Ex Furzey' an acrylic painting by Mary Andrews

Karen Frampton and her coloured pencil painting 'Venetian Window'

'Saddler's Mill' a watercolour painting by David Ridler
There was a wonderful selection of artists' cards for sale. Anne Hamerton's card 'Bude' was a popular choice with visitors
A selection of mounted, unframed paintings was on sale. Works purchased included works by Pam Payne, Ruth Edwards and Pam Whittington.

After the clearing up President Ruth Edwards and the Committee presented Anne with a special joke 'Head of Interruptions' certificate and badge.