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Spring exhibition for Harrow Art Society
A selection of portraits, landscapes, sculptures and pottery, created with a number of diverse mediums including oil, mixed media and bronze, are currently on display at Stanmore Library.
Members of Harrow Art Society, the oldest surviving art society in the area, are showcasing their works as part of their annual Spring Exhibition.
More than 100 pieces are on show, and pieces vary in standard – from accomplished artists to beginners.
“We tend to exhibit two to three times a year as a society, with a major exhibition at the Harrow Arts Centre in October,” says Madeleine Brennan, who has been a member of Harrow Art Society for about 20 years.
“We have a very mixed standard, so the Spring Exhibition is wonderful as it gives all the members a chance to show their work, from beginners to people who are really quite advanced.
“I work in watercolours; creating landscapes and seascapes, which are on display at the exhibition.
“It’s great to be part of this group, not just for the exhibitions, but we now have a number of workshops and visiting artists who come in to give demonstrations.”
Harrow Art Society’s Spring Exhibition runs until March 22 at Stanmore Library, Stanmore Hill, Stanmore.