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Lympstone Annual Art Exhibition

Sunday 29th May to Friday 3rd June, 11am – 5pm daily

Lympstone Village Hall, School Hill EX8 5BE

Admission: £1, free for under 16s
Tea, coffee and homemade cakes

This annual art exhibition has an impressive range of paintings, prints, sculpture and ceramics.
James Tatum SWAc, the highly acclaimed landscape artist living in Exeter, will judge the exhibition and present the awards.

The secret auction is for an acrylic seascape Boat Shelter Light by a Lympstone artist, Louise Banks, and the raffle is for ‘Robin Song’, an acrylic painting by professional Devon artist Jane Farleigh.
During the show there is also a popular postcard art competition for young people (under 16s).

During the exhibition week, 29 May to 3 June we will be running our very successful young artists’ competition.
To enter, draw or paint any image you like on a postcard. Free postcards available at the exhibition, or from Susannah’s Tea Room, The Strand in the week before half term. Return postcards to the Village Hall by 5pm on Thursday 2 June. Judging and Prize Giving will be at 2.30pm on Friday 3 June. Open to everyone age 16 and younger.

Exhibition Entry Fee is £1 on the door, free to age 16 and under.

Tea coffee and home-made cakes are on sale – so bring some friends and pay us a visit

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Image: ‘Boat Shelter Light’ by Louise Banks

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