Local Artists On Show At Council Offices

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Local Artists On Show At Council Offices

A new collection of paintings and photographs will be on show at Cotswold District Council�s Trinity Road offices in Cirencester until the end of June.

The exhibition named �Seasonal Views and Studies in Form� shows paintings and photographs created by two local artists. The art has gone on display in the CDC�s Council Chamber and the adjacent lobby area.

Kate Barry and Margaret Sadler met on the �Women into Business� course in Chipping Camden two years ago and as a result are working together to help promote their artwork.

Members of the public can see their artwork during the Council�s opening hours of 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday.

You can meet Kate and Margaret who will be on hand to discuss their work, on Saturday 9th May between 10.30am and 2.30pm at the Council�s offices on Trinity Road.

Margaret Sadler, one of the artists, said:
�The exhibition at the CDC offices is an opportunity for me to bring together some of my work, alongside work by Kate, whose photography I admire especially as it�s content is close to my heart.�

Some of the art is for sale and the exhibition is in place as part of the Council�s Cultural Strategy, which promotes and encourages local artists.

Posted : 05/05/2009 16:42:50

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