Category Archives: Park’s Café

Paintings by Penny Dykes in Park’s Café

The exhibition of local artist Penny Dykes is on during October in Park’s café, Victoria Square. Penny exhibits 15 new watercolours and pastels, among them a lovely watercolours “My Kitchen Vase”, “Old Field Shelter, Elmbridge” and “The Flock”.

Penny Dykes began to paint on her retirement in 2003. Her inspiration comes from her interests and daily life. As a keen gardener, wildlife enthusiast, poultry and sheep keeper, she loves to tranfer flowers, animals and landscapes into her artworks.

Rosie Philpott’s exhibition at Park’s Cafe

Rosie Philpott is a local artist based in Droitwich Spa. After studying Fine Art and English Literature at Worcester University, she is excited to be making a living as an artist and illustrator and is delighted to take part in local town events.

Her paintings of local views, such as “Wonky Droitwich” and “Salt Day”, have proven extremely popular with their ‘local characters’ and quirky style. Rosie enjoys working in watercolour and fine line pen, exaggerating the scenes she sees around her. She has recently begun extending her work across the Malvern and Worcester area and is now capturing these scenes in her ‘wonky’ style.

Photographs by Prabhjot Virdi-Smith

Prabhjot Virdi-Smith 3Local photographer Prabhjot Virdi-Smith is showing 15 photographs in Park’s Café during August. Prabhjot seeks her inspiration mostly in landscapes and architecture. She likes to play with light and shade, as much as she searches for a specific atmosphere and richness of various textures.

Prabhjot is an experienced photographer and both her black & white and colour photographs reveal her passion for nature and the places she visits and enjoys in everyday life.