Cindy Williams’ portraits in The Button Tree Café

the button tree 4Cindy Williams exhibits several of her new pastel pictures in The Button Tree Café. This time, Cindy has a selection of her signature vintage-style portraits of 1920s and 1930s ladies, as well as a lovely portrait of a child titled “Bless-ed Little Boy”.

The Button Tree Café is welcoming and child friendly in the heart of Droitwich spa. Serving a variety of hot and cold beverages, light lunches and homemade cakes.

Cindy’s  exhibition can be visited until 1st June 2016 at The Button Tree Café, 40 -42 Droitwich High Street. 

Katherine Harris’ textiles in Park’s Café

Katherine Harris displays her artwork in Park’s Café from 2 until 30 May. Katherine’s work has been concerned with capturing the atmosphere inherent in old buildings using a variety of media including fabric, paper, paint, metal. print and machine or hand embroidery. She trained at The University of Reading, Falmouth School of Art & Design and Herefordshire College of Art & Design where in 1993 she won the Governors’ Prize for Craftsmanship.

Stewart Bourne’s photographs on The Photographic Angle’s touring exhibition

DAN member Stewart Bourne’s work is currently on tour with The Photographic Angle’s Monochrome “pop-up” exhibition.

The first of these was held in Swindon, where four of Stewart’s 6 selected photographs were on show among two floors of beautifully presented and very varied images [and the attached photos taken].

Lyn Davies’ painting in the Library

Lyn Davies presents his portrait of the actor David Tennant on the ground floor in the library. This portrait is made with acrylics and is the first Lyn’s portrait of a celebrity.

Lyn Davies was into art since his chilhood as he always liked to paint and draw. Later in his life he enrolled various watercolour painting classes and get introduced to wide range of media and techniques.

Lyn Davies in Library

‘David’ will be on display until 14th May.

To see more about Lyn Davies’ art please visit his website.