Art Exhibition

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Art Exhibition in the Church

The Art Exhibition has been a part of the Countess of Warwick’s Show since it was re-established in 1990. Originally conceived and organized by Jan and David Faithful and now organized by Christina Bartlett

Little Easton Church Exhibition Inside Church

The annual art exhibition is located inside Little Easton Church where a wide range of original hand painted and crafted works are displayed.

More than 8,000 people attend the show every year giving the artists great publicity.

This year we have diversified our portfolio by allowing all types of art to be entered: Paintings, Photographs, Etchings, Lino prints, Sculpture, Glasswork and more. There are a variety of different tastes for everyone to enjoy.

The best thing is that the majority of them are for sale! So don’t miss the chance to own an original piece of local artwork.

There are also prints/copies of some of the works for sale, so whatever your price range, everyone can afford to take home a piece of local Essex artwork, support the charity and our artists.

There is a suggested charitable entry fee of 50p per person to view the Art Exhibition whilst smiling children are free. All proceeds are used for the benefit of the Churches of the Five Parishes.

We welcome artists of all ages and abilities and encourage new artists to exhibit alongside our regulars. If you would like to take part in the future, please ask at the church door for more information. Or if you would like to exhibit this year (2016) please download the entry form below.

We look forward to meeting you at the show.

Are you an artist that would like to exhibit?

Please download an Artist’s Invitation to Exhibit, from the link below, complete and return it to us, no later than 31st July 2017.

 

Download PDF Format (.pdf) CLICK HERE

We are always looking for volunteers to help with the running of the show. If you would like to kindly offer your services, Contact Us without obligation giving your details and availability.


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