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County's got talent
NINE artists from across Worcestershire will be exhibiting their abstract work at an exhibition in Cheltenham.
Sharing a desire to learn more about the practical and historical aspects of abstract art, the exhibition includes work from Sue Firmin, from Worcester, Pearl Gatehouse, Paddy Hannigan, John Smythe and Kamala Todd, from Malvern, David Bounds, from Colwall, Merlith Morrison-Hutton, from Hanley Swan, near Malvern, Val Randle, from Bromyard and Kay Broadbent from Bromsgrove.
The majority of the work produced has been created using oils, acrylics and watercolours with forays into drawing and varied collage.
Colour, form and texture are strong features throughout and inspiration ranges from the landscape to the human condition.
The works not only vary in size, but range from semi–abstraction to pure abstraction.
All the exhibited work is for sale.
The exhibition will be held at The Gardens Gallery, in Montpellier Gardens, Cheltenham, between Wednesday, April 25 to Tuesday, May 1.
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