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Exeter’s Affordable Art Show
Posted on: November 30th 2017
Section: Member news


An affordable exhibition showcasing artists from the region will take place in Princesshay Exeter from Friday 1st to Sunday 10th December. The event will include some of the South West’s most exciting artistic talent in a pop-up Gallery beside Fulfords on Paris Street.

 

Exeter based award-winning oil painter Greg Mason is organising the art exhibition, he said: ‘For me, it’s all about celebrating who we are as creative individuals and making what we do accessible and available to everyone. Art has the power to touch and move us in ways that are beyond words. For me, this is exactly what makes a show like ours so exciting.’

 

The art gallery will be open daily, showcasing the work of seven nationally recognised artists, offering original artwork and limited edition prints at an affordable price, with pieces ranging from £50 - £3,000.

 

Hannah Overton, Marketing Manager at Princesshay said: ‘We are excited to be hosting the art show in Princesshay this year, showcasing some very talented artists. It’s a great opportunity to find a unique gift for a loved one this Christmas.’

 

For more information about the affordable art show including opening times and the artists involved, visit the Princesshay website, www.princesshay.co.uk.

 

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