Dozens of artists showcase their work

PUBLISHED: 11:33 27 June 2014 | UPDATED: 11:58 27 June 2014

Artists, Alison Hurden, Gill Trulock, Emma Kimsey and Melanie Hamer.

Artists, Alison Hurden, Gill Trulock, Emma Kimsey and Melanie Hamer.


DOZENS of local artists will sell their work at an exibition in Weston that started today (Fri).

More than 100 paintings will be included in the exhibit taking place at the Boulevard United Reformed Church in Waterloo Street.

One of the event organisers Sally Davis said: “This year we have a huge variety of paintings on display from many talented local artists.”

The show has been running for more than 20 years and this year will see the return of one of its founders, Catherine Stevenson.

Two of Ms Stevenson’s paintings will be exhibited at the show.

The exhibition will also feature work by students from Priory Community School, a number of stalls, a secondhand book sale and refreshments.

The event will run from 10.30-4pm today (Fri) and tomorrow, and 12.30-4pm on Sunday.

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