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Castle Park Arts Centre New Exhibitions
📅 15 May - 23 June 2019
Castle Park Arts Centre, Frodsham WA6 6SE
The new exhibitions at Castle Park Arts Centre are available for viewing from 15 May until 23 June 2019. Our Open evening/meet the artists will be held on 17 May, 7 – 9 pm, everyone welcome.
In Gallery 1 The Eddisbury Artists are all able to conjure up one or more ideas for what a title like `The Elements` might have in store for us. Some of these might be Scientific, Philosophical, Spiritual, or Sensory based. Every artist representing themselves here will have dedicated a great deal of thought and energy to their particular interpretations of the theme.
In Gallery 2 Anne Johnson is showing "Here and There," an exhibition which continues to reflect her passion for paint and is inspired by the landscapes that she see locally or when on holiday
Gallery 3 Re-View Textile artists from the North-west are showing a vibrant selection of work on the theme of "Towards Abstraction", using felt, dye, paint, stitch, print, weave and assemblage pieces.
Link Gallery – DIVERGING and CONVERGING - An exhibition by Sue Marsden and Phillippa Maye. Two artists from different disciplines, working with different materials and with very differing approaches to their work and practice have collaborated to produce an exhibition which is inspired by their shared interest in the great British Landscape.

Castle Park Arts Centre New Exhibitions
📅 28 June - 4 August 2019
Castle Park Arts Centre, Frodsham WA6 6SE
Castle Park Arts Centre is showing new exhibitions from 26 June until 4 August 2019. The Meet the Artists evening will be held on 28 June 2019 between 7 and 9 pm. Refreshments available, everyone welcome.

Family visions is a joint exhibition featuring the work of five artists from two generations of the same Welsh family. The artists, Gareth, Diana, Glyn, Simon & Jani use different media including sculpture, painting, drawing and photography to express ideas, emotions and observations.

The subject matter ranges from landscape & buildings to people & conceptual. The work they have been producing over the last few years is both powerful and thought provoking, highlighting the way in which people from the same family see their personal world differently.

In Gallery 3 we have Philip Westcott’s People and Places. Philip Westcott has painted cityscapes for over 30 years. He started by painting individuals but then moved on to paint a wider view of the scene. In these compositions he captures indiscriminate figures by painting them loosely so that they appear to merge into the scene and often highlights them with fleeting glimpses of colour, to give the impression of a fast-paced lifestyle. Concentrating on the busy shopping centres depicts the hustle and bustle of modern life.

His other interest is the Northwest Landscape. Here his paintings focus on the hidden view rather than large panoramas.

In our café area we have the winners of this year’s inter-school art competition, the three Church of England Primary schools of Norley, Crowton Christ Church and Kingsley St. John’s are coming together once again to showcase their pupils careful thought and artistic flair.

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