By Peter and Chris Silvester - 8th January 2014 6:08am
Canal Art Exhibition at Audlem Mill 6th April to 4th May
Audlem Mill, by the Shropshire Union Canal in south Cheshire, is holding its annual exhibition of paintings of canal and waterways scenes from 6 April to 4 May 2014.
Audlem Mill is one of the oldest and best known canalside shops in Britain, and this is probably the only opportunity in 2014 to see so many canal paintings brought together in one place.
Most members of the Guild of Waterway Artists will be exhibiting their works, together with paintings by acclaimed Audlem watercolour artist Sheila Webster — see one of her paintings here — and several others.
Entry to the exhibition is free, and all works are for sale.
The exhibitions at Audlem Mill in previous years have proved to be extremely popular, and visitors have travelled from all over the country.
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