Saturday 17th October 2020 – Saturday 9th January 2021
We are delighted to present our second open art exhibition inspired by the Mayflower 400 Anniversary.
Featured artworks explore where the Pilgrims came from and what makes their story so special, as well as their religion and the importance of it. The variety of media including paintings, photographs, ceramics, textile artworks, poetry and music create a diverse and engaging display.
We would like to thank everyone who has taken part and contributed their time and skills to create this exciting display.
Exhibitors include: Amy Barlow, Beverley Naylor, David Piper, Deborah La Banca, Derrick Spence, Fay Evason, Geoff Beard, George Barlow, Ian Parks, Isabelle Richards, Janet Archer, Janie Hancock, Jean Turnbull, Jenny King, Jill Temporal, Katherine Walker, Lorraine Thorpe, Lynn Hadland, Madelaine Richardson, Margaret Edge, Nicole Chavaudra, Paul Straker, Peter Olding, Roxy Edson, Shaun Clark, Stuart Thomas, Tyler Turner and Wendy Smith.
Featured image: St Helena’s Church by Jill Temporal
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