DAN network exhibitions


Angela Holt in Droitwich Library

Angela Holt paints mostly in watercolour technique and her favourite subjects are landscapes of local countryside, rural buildings, flora and fauna, seascapes and still life.  Angela has taught watercolour painting for over eight years both privately and at colleges. As well as exhibiting several times each year in the UK, Angela’s work has also gained some international appeal, with paintings selling to clients not just in UK but also abroad.

Photographs of Droitwich by Rhys Jones

Rhys Jones moved from Solihull to Droitwich Spa in 2011, having taken early retirement from a career in IT services. Rhys is now a self-employed commercial and family photographer. He undertakes commissions, often for small businesses, and also sells copies of individual images.

Rhys is an active member of the Droitwich Arts Network (DAN). As well as displaying his own work, Rhys takes photographs of DAN activities and local events for social media and the press, utilising his photographs to create interesting stories.

Stephen Evans exhibits at Park’s Café

Paintings collectionLocal amateur artist Stephen Evans is displaying a range of his paintings throughout November at Park’s Café in Victoria Square, Droitwich.

Stephen said: “Inspiration for my work comes from different sources but I mainly use my own photographs or those sent to me by family and friends. I like to choose challenging subjects to paint with watercolours and think that over the years I have developed a unique and interesting style.

The title of the exhibition is ‘Painting for Pleasure’ because of the enjoyment Stephen has creating his art. He hopes visitors will find pleasure viewing the selection of works on display. As this is the time of year when we Remember the men and women who lost their lives in two world wars and in more recent conflicts, Stephen has put together a display of paintings to recognise this very special occasion.

Hanbury Hall 2015 Exhibition

Droitwich Arts Network members have each year a fantastic opportunity to show their newest works in Long Gallery at Hanbury Hall. This autumn, 32 artists are presenting their artwork in a huge variety of styles and techniques. Among 121 displayed pictures visitors can find oil and acrylic paintings, photographs, drawings in pencil, ink and pastels, watercolours and, what is new this year, clay sculptures and jewellery.