YOU ARE INVITED TO ARTEX14

I will be showing my fine art photographs at Artex14 with the work of nearly 50 artists, being featured at the event in East Woodhay Village Hall, on Saturday, March 15 and Sunday, March 16.
Each year people come to Artex to purchase the work of their favourite artists, for example:  Howard Birchmore with his evocative pictures of Venice and the ocean; Clive Eastland with his beautiful and atmospheric pastels; Mervyn Colenso-Jones with his delicate oil depictions of duck eggs and fruit; Tim Richardson with his bold and colourful landscapes and woodland scenes; Soraya French with her exotic pictures of flowers and far-flung locations.

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Amongst the new artists this year will be Radim Klein, bringing his abstract landscapes with colours inspired by the natural world.  Radim exhibits all over Europe so we are very pleased to have him with us this year.  Davina Fisher, who lives near Hungerford, has exhibited extensively in London and is joining us for the first time as our lead artist.
The success of Artex is down to the quality of the art exhibited and the fact that each year the exhibition is completely fresh – no piece of work is exhibited twice.  There is literally something for everyone and there is no better place in the West Berkshire or North Hampshire region to buy art.
Also on sale are prints and unframed originals in the “back room” and there are simply some amazing bargains to be found!
The event is open from 10am-6pm on the Saturday and 11am-3pm on the Sunday and entrance is £2, including an exhibition brochure (children go free). Refreshments will also be available. For more information call 01635 253489 or log onto http://www.artexart.org

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