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Visual Arts Exhibition 2015

Our visual arts exhibition preview evening took place on Saturday 14th November attended by many of local artists exhibiting there - the judge Joe hill chose Norman Gooderhams fantastic picture The Professor a oil work of a chimpanzee as a university professor.

Other commended works included Ray Andrews from Southend Art Club beauftiful painting of the Yorkshire dales North Moor, near Castleton.  as well as Jonathon Oliffs oriignal work - also cut lino print Jack Kerovac Says featuring a page from the book. 

There are many other talented artists on display until 19th December at Southend Museum in the newly commissioned gallery space.

Gina Warner presided along with our vice president Mrs Florrie Holland and Cllr Chris Walker our thanks also go to Cherie and Trevor Bason who provided drinks  The exhibition will run until 19th December.
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