Category Archives: Droitwich Library

Rhys Jones features local scenes in photography display

Rhys Jones has a set of three black and white photographs taken in Hanbury Woods and of Hanbury Church on display in Droitwich library until 8th February (during library opening hours). 

Rhys has often used his camera to capture local scenery, both nature and urban life, as well as many of DAN events.  He is a member of Solihull Photographic Society and a treasurer for Droitwich Arts Network. He organised Droitwich ArtsFest in 2017 and 2018. 

Droitwich Library DAN Display Area.

8th February until 22nd February 2020.

With the theme of Birds and Bees, Stephen Evans will be exhibiting 4 examples of his latest work painted with watercolour, acrylic and pastels

Park’s Cafe

3rd March until 23rd March 2020.

Stephen Evans will have a follow-up exhibition ‘Painting for Pleasure’ at Park’s during March. Original artwork on display will illustrate the range of chosen subjects and the various materials and techniques he likes to use.

Park’s Cafe is open Mon- Sat,  9-16, 4 Victoria Square,  Droitwich Spa.

A further selection of work can be viewed by visiting his web gallery;-

www.droitwichartsnetwork.org/stephen-evans

 

DAN Art Showcase at Droitwich Library

One of the events that will be on during the whole month of ArtsFest is an art exhibition at Droitwich library. 26 Droitwich Arts Network members are represented with their paintings, textiles, photography and mixed media artworks. No matter what media has been used, displayed artworks have been inspired by the artist’s passion, curiosity, and imagination. Variety of styles, from traditional watercolours to mixed media abstraction and assemblage, shows the true potential of the local art scene. 

The exhibition is open until 27th July during the library opening times:

Wednesday: 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Thursday: Closed
Friday: 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Sunday: Closed

(click on the pictures below to see in full size)

The CanalSide Studios’ group exhibition at Droitwich library

The CanalSide Studios is based in Stoke Prior and caters for artists of all abilities. It was started approximately five years ago and now has in excess of 50 students attending a variety of classes. 

For the many of the artists at the library, this is the very first public exhibition. 

The CanalSide Studios art teacher Karen Harmon brought together an excellent exhibition. Variety of techniques, styles, and themes makes this exhibition fresh and appealing and the reactions of visitors are very positive.