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Date(s) - 05/07/2018
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm


The Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is organising an Art Exhibition this summer from the 5th of July to the 31st of August which is introducing our artists’ artwork whose studios are within the Centre!

Our beautiful Victorian Townhouse is opening its doors on the 5th of July for a special evening of art and wine!  Come along from 6 pm and take the time to appreciate the creativity of our artist’s Artwork with a glass of wine and nice Jazz Music.


From Representational to Abstract, our exhibition will be featuring landscapes, objects, characters as well as abstract paintings which shape and form do not attempt to represent an accurate depiction of a visual reality. This exhibition tends to offer an interesting diversity of styles and might require your own interpretation.

“In painting and sculpture, the term “representational art” usually refers to images that are clearly recognizable for what they purport to be, such as a human figure, a banana, a tree, and so on. Such images need not be true to life.

By contrast, non-representational or abstract art consists of images that have no clear identity and must be interpreted by the viewer. “

” My work though landscape based, is not a direct transcription from Nature. It often has its foundation in the drawings from my sketchbook, although sometimes the materials themselves will give rise to an idea for a composition. “

Annie Broadley

We are so looking forward to welcome you all and if you are interested, you can find more information Here. 

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