The exhibition in the Library

Chris Walker and Trevor Hunter, two of the winners of the Hanbury Hall exhibition 2018


COVID 19 Announcement 

For the safety of our members and following government advise all DAN meetings and events in the DAN programme are suspended until further notice.

Exhibitions in local venues are also cancelled until cafés and Droitwich library are allowed to reopen.

We are very sorry for those who have missed out but we hope to provide further opportunities when the country comes out the other side.

Stay safe and keep producing wonderful work!


A new exhibiting venue for DAN members

A new exhibiting venue – The Button Tree Café

There is space for about 5 pieces (no larger than A3). The changeover is after 3pm to avoid busy times. The exhibition will be changed on a monthly basis, for more info contact Rosie Philpott at [email protected]

This offer is open to paid-up individual members of DAN. Members of groups can only exhibit as a group (not individually).
Currently, Peter Hawkins is displaying in the café and I have attached some photos for you to see. Why not go and visit the café and have a better look? The Button Tree Café is located on 1 Tagwell Rd, Droitwich WR9 7BW




Jo Morris exhibiting in Droitwich library

Kidderminster based artist Jo Morris, currently has a small exhibition on at Droitwich library which runs until Saturday 21st March. The exhibition features a number of watercolours and abstract ink paintings.

For any inquiries, please contact Jo directly on 07954425330 or via facebook @jomorrisart

Peter Hawkins paintings in Park’s Cafe

Peter Hawkins is an amateur artist from Droitwich Spa, and was chair of Droitwich Arts Network for a number of years. Peter, also a member of Elmbridge Art Club, was aways interesting in art, enjoying drawing and painting when his work allowed him some time off. With early retirement, he took painting more seriously, and now he’s one of the most prolific members of the network. 

Peter’s exhibition in Parks Café shows 12 new acrylic paintings. Landscapes of local and further away countryside, show in great details all beauty of green hills and waterways. Peter’s love for travelling is often presented in skillfully painted coastal towns, boats and scenery.

All paintings are priced and for sale. 

The exhibition is open until 3rd March. Park’s Café is open Mon-Sat, 9 am – 4 pm.