Sleaford Art Group

October 24, 2013

FahyBarhnamCoxThe Sleaford Art Group Exhibition is an eclectic mixture of media and styles by local amateur and experienced artists with paintings on display by ten artists ranging from figure drawing, flowers, trees, landscapes, street-scenes and everything in between.

This well-established art group meets from 7 pm – 9 pm on the first Wednesday of the month.  In the summer months the group paints outdoors from 4 pm on the third Wednesday each month.  Guest artists come in several times a year to give demonstrations in a range of media.  The venue is Leasingham Village Hall, near Sleaford, which is very spacious and warm with lots of parking space.  Membership is only £15 per year with £5 charge for demonstration evenings. Tea and coffee is provided on a rota basis.

Sleaford Art Group welcomes new members so come along and meet the members with no commitment for the first evening; just bring your paints and enjoy.

And, of course, please come along to the exhibition to enjoy the diverse array of paintings and drawings.  Admission is free.

Exhibiting artists:  Ian Cox, Ann Roberts, Barbara Kew, Angie Fahy, Margaret Chamberlain, Anne Barnham, Susan Burrows, Joan Lawton, Barrie Prodger, Mary Newman.

The exhibition is open between 10 am and 4 pm, Monday to Saturday until 02 November.

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Images by (left to right): Top Row – Angie Fahy, Anne Barnham, Ian cox.  Bottom Row – Susan Burrows, Ian Cox, Joan Lawton, Mary Newman. Artwork photographed by Neville Hull
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One Response to “Sleaford Art Group”

  1. DougDoesLife Says:

    I really like those sheep…


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