An art club will showcase members' work in a special 80th anniversary exhibition.

Pinner Sketch Club hosts an exhibition at Pinner Parish Church Hall every August. This year the 80th anniversary exhibition will run from August 13 to August 26.

Although the club was founded as a sketch club for Civil Defence Volunteers, it is now open to all and will showcase a range of artistic methods including sculpture and oil paints.

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Entry to the exhibition is free and all the work on display is for sale.

Harrow Times: Pinner Sketch Club. Picture: Marcia KuperbergPinner Sketch Club. Picture: Marcia Kuperberg

Marcia Kuperberg created the oil portrait The Model.

She said: “If, like me, you enjoy painting in the company of like-minded people, you’ll love Pinner Sketch Club.

Harrow Times: The Model, Marcia KuperbergThe Model, Marcia Kuperberg

“I joined about nine years ago and have made many friends.”

Harrow Times: The Chestnut Stallion, Tejal KachaliaThe Chestnut Stallion, Tejal Kachalia

The Chestnut Stallion is a stained-glass piece of art displayed in the sculpture section, created by Tejal Kachalia.

Tejal said “The wonderful thing about the club is there is so much I can learn from other artists in the club and get inspired from their work.”

Harrow Times: Eye of the Tiger, Enoka DavidEye of the Tiger, Enoka David

Acrylic painting Eye of the Tiger was created by member Enoka David, she said: “I enjoyed the freedom of design, pattern and colour to create this semi abstract painting."