Children's art goes on display at museum
PUBLISHED: 15:00 26 October 2011
AN EXHIBITION of children's art has been unveiled at Weston Museum.
Children and their parents turned up on Monday to see their artwork on display in the gallery, which will stay there until November 1.
The display, organised by parent’s group Weston-super-Mum (WSM), was made up of 21 paintings of children of the group.
Crystal D’espirit, from children’s activity charity MUSE Interactive, was on hand to help children work on their poetry.
WSM founder Becky Condron said: “This is a chance to celebrate the talent and imagination of all the children who contributed to the art programme and the hard work of all those who helped.”
She also thanked Weston artist Karen Blake for her hard work in putting the paintings up on display.
Admission to see the display at the museum in Burlington Street is free.