arts group's annual exhibition opens at town gallery
Lighthouse Arts Group is holding its annual exhibition of colourful
paintings throughout the month of June.
Sea Breeze Gallery in Victoria Street is hosting the
free entry exhibition, which runs daily until Wednesday, 30th
visitors have enjoyed the immense skill and versatility of these
artists, some of whom teach. The first area contains the work
of Peter Howe with his textured, detailed and impressionistic
oil paintings, whilst Malcolm Dormers acrylics, all puns
of words related to sheep, are providing much amusement,"
the gallery's Rhonda Mills told Burnham-On-Sea.com.
second area of the exhibition provides a more peaceful look at
life and our surroundings.
Stradling uses textiles, water colours and acrylics in her diverse
pictures. Margaret Mickelwrights ink on paper paintings
are as evocative as ever and Linda Gee shows a fantastic use of
colour in her textile wall hangings."
Hammond-Lovatt shows photographs of his sculptures, whilst his
wife Sue has exhibited both brightly coloured and black and white
acrylic paintings. Judith Champions work includes acrylics,
ink on paper and shows another completely new style in her atmospheric
tree pictures in watercolours."
Nicholaides' new range of designer bags and other items on display
have already started to sell. This is a varied and interesting
exhibition of very high quality, so dont miss out!"
Breeze (telephone 01278 783276) is located opposite the Ritz Cinema
in Victoria Street. Opening hours are 10.00 a.m. until 5.30 p.m.
Monday to Friday, except Wednesday (early closing at 2.00 p.m.),
with Saturday 10.00 until 5.00 p.m.