Following in the footsteps of founder member Madeline Green
Ealing Art Group is to hold its second summer exhibition at the Gunnersbury Park Museum this July.
The venue has a particular significance for the group as the current generation of artists will be following in the footsteps of one of its founder members, Madeline Green, whose work was recently exhibited there.
This exhibition reflects the eclectic mix of artists and makers living and working within the borough and the variety of mediums used to create their art. The work on show will include paintings in various mediums, drawings, ceramics, stoneware, work in metal, mosaics and papier mache, all of which will be for sale.
There will be a section of the exhibition dedicated to affordable art and craft, all priced at £50 or less.
The exhibition runs from Saturday 3 July - Sunday 1 August and will be open each Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday between 12 midday – 4.30pm plus late night opening on Fridays until 8pm.
Social distancing measures at the Museum will apply.
The Ealing Art Group was formed in 1910. More than one hundred artists and crafts people from around the area belong to Ealing Art Group – both amateur and professional. The group welcomes all levels of ability; the criterion being that you are interested in art - it is not just for those that “do”.
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June 22, 2021