Budding Bromsgrove artists chance to see work on display

Sun 25 Mar 2012
Tony Turpin has again helped organise the Bromsgrove Arts Society exhibition, which forms part of Bromsgrove Festival’s fringe. Tony Turpin has again helped organise the Bromsgrove Arts Society exhibition, which forms part of Bromsgrove Festival’s fringe.

BUDDING artists are being given the chance to see their work go on display at a town exhibition.

Bromsgrove Art Society’s Art Exhibition is being held at All Saints Church, in Birmingham Road, and will include a large number of paintings with different styles and subjects.

The exhibition is again being organised by Tony Turpin, and forms part of Bromsgrove Festival fringe.

Painters are allowed to submit a maximum of five pictures.

On the back of each picture, artists are asked to stick a label with their name, address, the painting’s title, medium used, and price.

All framed pictures should have a cord fixed firmly to the back, enabling pictures to be hung easily and securely.

There is a hanging fee dependant on the size of the picture, while a maximum of five unframed pictures can be submitted at 50p each.

The church receives 20 per cent of commission, which goes towards the church’s restoration fund and the organising of the exhibition.

Artists are asked to bring along pictures to the church for hanging on Tuesday, April 17, between 10.30am-4pm.

The exhibition is running between Saturday, April 21, and Saturday, May 5. It will be open between 10am-4pm weekdays, 11.30am-4pm on Sundays.

Collection of pictures at the end of the exhibition is taking place on Saturday, May 5, from noon-4pm.

Reprinted by kind permission of The Bromsgrove Advertiser