“It celebrates the village’s love of and strong connection to the River Thames, which we are very lucky to live next to and enjoy with the Marlow, Henley and Wargrave and Shiplake regattas that take place over the summer months.”
Artists invited to take part in the exhibition alongside the gallery’s resident artists include Claire Henley and Gilly Mound.
New work by the resident artists is only available until the exhibition closes at the end of the month.
A two-week hiatus will follow before the “Wild” exhibition opens on Wednesday, September 16, with the private view taking place two days later. Said Jo: “The exhibition consists of some amazing wild subjects, from textile taxidermy animal heads, needlefelt birds, stitched textile artwork, large flower paintings, and much more.”
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ANOTHER exhibition with two weeks to run is
Points of View
at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading, where 50 prints are on display in the main link corridor and by the eye clinic until August 29. The works, by members of the Bracknell-based Print at the Park group, are all for sale — with 25 per cent of the proceeds going to the hospital’s Voluntary Services.