09:00AM, Wednesday 27 July 2016
Join the Cookham Arts Club as it celebrates its 75th anniversary and annual exhibition.
A variety of just under 360 paintings, sculptures and woodworks will be on display for two weeks at Pinder Hall from Saturday, August 13.
The annual exhibition shows off the artistic talents of both members and non-members alike.
Those who entered artworks to the exhibition had to be approved by the club committee to ensure the best range of works go on show. So many have been submitted there is a collection of reserve paintings so some can be changed around during the exhibition.
Chairman of the Cookham Arts Club, Kay Lamb, said: “Visitors can expect a very high standard of art of great variety of different styles and mediums.
“There are similar subjects but there are such different approaches. There is something for everybody.”
Visitors can also purchase the artworks that have taken their fancy at the show.
The money from sales goes towards covering the costs of the big event.
The artworks can be viewed at Pinder Hall in Lower Road from Saturday, August 13 until Sunday, August 28.
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