By Webteam - 8th October 2018 6:09am
Art at Audlem Mill
From now on, the Art Wall at Audlem Mill will be permanently devoted to exhibiting work by members of the Guild of Waterway Artists, which will change regularly.
We will normally have work by two members at any time. During October, and until 4 November, there are sixteen paintings, by Christine Rigden and Dave Gardham. Two of Dave's works have featured on Inland Waterways Association Christmas cards, and of course we have the cards in stock (plus many others). From 7 November, we will have paintings by Sarah Pressland and Penny Taylor-Beardow.
Why not come to Audlem Mill, and buy a painting as a very special Christmas present. As well as the paintings by Guild members, we also have a selection of paintings by other artists, including Audlem watercolourist Sheila M Webster, and many prints at prices from about £20 up.
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