THE CREATIVITY of Stratford-Upon-Avon Arts Society members is on show for all ton see.
The society’s annual exhibition, featuring over 700 works by 160 members – can be seen at King Edward V1 Grammar School from Saturday (August 9) through to August 25, daily from 10am to 6pm.
Artists will also be hard at work painting and sculpting each day at the exhibition to give visitors a chance to see the artistic process first hand.
There will be awards – the Montpellier Gallery Contemporary Art Award and the Wendy Freeman’s Personal Choice Award.
An exhibition catalogue will also be available detailing each work on show.
The society currently boasts are 300 members – professional artists, semi-professional artists, those who paint for pleasure and art lovers.
Visit www.stratforduponavonartsociety.co.uk for further details.
Society president John Freeth looks through some of the 300 plus works available to purchase. 32.014.021.strat.jm3
Exhibition manager Diana Wooton-Jones with a painting by Phillip Morris titled African Gold. 32.014.021.strat.jm1
Society spokeswoman Prunella Webb with a wide vista of Holkham Dunes in Norfolk by artist Dianne York. 32.014.021.strat.jm4
Artist Bruce Kitchen and membership secretary Val Johnson cast an eye over the exhibition.. 32.014.021.strat.jm6