Venue for First Solo Exhibition

Four framed paintings of finches Well …., my first solo exhibition had no significant hitches! Phew! Actually it was a very nice day, chatting about the art with some lovely people even though no sales were had (apart from a cushion yaaaaay). The R.S.P.B. exhibition building in Conwy is a fantastic exhibition venue and a great place to spend the day at this time of year. The back ‘wall’ is a window overlooking the lake and hills of Conwy. Although, it is very dry right now, it still attracts plenty of avian interest. Visitors during my October 15th exhibition included heron, little egret, widgeon, teal and lapwing. I even saw a merlin fly past.

two large and two a3 size paintings The building itself is made of straw bales, plastered to give an even finish, yet has an electricity supply, making presentations possible.

I attached my paintings to the provided metal grid stand, with cable ties, which seemed to work well.

five colourful paintings of wildflowers There was also a table provided and chairs were available, making the day altogether comfortable, especially with tea available from the cafe nextdoor. Exhibition table

Contact Helen Jowett of R.S.P.B. Conwy for room hire details and booking. They also have their education room available for functions. Save

Comments on Venue for First Solo Exhibition

  • 24Steps says:

    Thanks for the comment Paul. It was a super special sale. I was really, really pleased you liked the cushion. I hope this post isn't coming across awkwardly (new at this too). Really, I wasn't expecting to sell much as I'm not known as an artist (yet?) so I thought I ought to mention it. Hope Summer enjoys the cushion and bookmark. Much love xx
    2016-10-18 16:26:37
  • Paul Board says:

    Well sorry we were your only sale that day but it makes it rather special! We actually bought two items from you-a cushion and a bookmark so double yaaay! Cheers Paul & Angie
    2016-10-18 07:51:05

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