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Vivien Edge - Gilded SunflowerVeronica Mcdermott - FlowersSusan Allen Pink DawnRos BartonPeter Bolton - Macc CroppedPaul Bennett - Cilla BlackMary Atherton - OrmeM Norris - SheepGillian French - DaisiesElizabeth JonesDon Mclaren

Art Exhibition by Altrincham Society of Artists (Tuesday Evening Group)

Artwork is on display until 20th January 2020

This quarter’s exhibition is entitled “Different Visions” and is a collection of artwork by the Tuesday Evening Group of the Altrincham Society of Artists (ASA). Founded in 1937, the ASA is now a thriving society of like-minded art enthusiasts, both amateur and professional.

Exhibiting with us for the first time, we are truly delighted with the collection on display. Through programmed demonstrations and workshops and outdoor sketching sessions in a variety of settings, the group’s assembled work is diverse in both subject matter and selected media. From urban scenes and landscapes to studies of flora and fauna, using pencil and pastels to oils and watercolours, there is something for everyone. Unframed prints - starting at just £10 - and greetings cards are also available. With Christmas being not too far away, why not get ahead of the game and buy a gift for a loved one?

Exhibiting artists:

Sue Allen, Mary Atherton, Peter J Bolton, Ros Barton, Paul F Bennett, Vivien Edge, Maura Fox, Jane Fraser, Gillian French, Elizabeth Jones, Veronica McDermott, Don McLaren, Margaret Norris and David Reid.

The artists have very kindly agreed to donate 25% of all artwork sales agreed during the exhibition to Brainwave: a Cheshire based charity that helps children with disabilities and additional needs to achieve greater independence. Through a range of educational and physical therapies, it aims to improve children’s mobility, communication skills and learning potential.

Please note:
The exhibition is open to the public Monday – Friday, 9.30am to 4.30pm, excluding Bank Holidays. There are exhibits both in the main reception area and in the adjoining consulting rooms. As this is a working office for both Jobling Gowler Solicitors and the clients of Park Lane Consulting Rooms, there will be occasions when unfortunately you are unable to access all the rooms where exhibits are displayed. Thank you for your understanding in this matter.

Simon Gowler
Senior Partner