Sunday, 10 July 2016
Our 'private' view was also open to the public, which might partly explain the good attendance. Whether or not, the exhibition was very well received and generated lots of positive comments. Many thanks to everyone who came and supported us.
Julia and Elizabeth discuss the exhibition with Lynne's picture's in the background
Val and Kate with Julia's 'In Conversation' behind them
Linda and Kate admire Julie's 'Allotments'
Quite a crowd in a small space
Julia in conversation with Alan Morley from Cleveland Art Society
Tuesday, 5 July 2016
With the help of Ken from Kirkleatham Museum, we spent the day hanging our Not The Transporter Bridge Exhibition. We managed to find space for nearly all the pictures that were submitted, together with Les Southerton's pots and Kate Geelan's cushions.
A lot to be done?
Everyone hard at work (well nearly!)
Paintings from Lynne Herkmen, Les Southerton, Wendy Proud, Linda Cowling, Elizabeth Dennison and Nicola Aiken, with Gill Place's diorama in the corner
Julia's paintings, Les' pots, Kate's cushions
Work from Gill Spensley, Rob Blenkarn, Val harrison, Gill Place and Nicola Aiken
Julie Macbean's Allotments painting, flanked by work from Gill Bradley and Dee Maloney