By IH 02/03 Updated: 26/03 09:48
THE ASSOCIATION of Midland Artists' Spring Exhibition can be seen at Bath Place Community Venture in Leamington until April 2.
The show features paintings, drawings, prints, photographs and ceramics from unknown, emerging and established artists, with all works for sale.
Katharine Barker, participating artist and AMA Treasurer, said: "I am delighted with yet another strong show from the members of the Association of Midland Artist and am very pleased to welcome new talent, Paul Bark to the group as well as to be showing the wonderful works of established local artists Jane Williams, Moira Lamont and David Lewis. It is so exciting that every exhibition our members come up with original artworks of such high standards!'
The AMA was set up in 1985 and currently has around 70 members, most of who live in Warwick district. The AMA is concerned with the production and appreciation of contemporary art. Painters, Sculptors, Printmakers and Potters are encouraged to become members, to exhibit their work and to enter local and national 'open' competitions. AMA organizes annual shows in Trinity Church in Leamington and meets ten times a year in the Baptist Church Hall to hear a programme of speakers.
The exhibition in the Atrium at Bath Place, in the old library, can be viewed Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 4.30pm. Admission is free.
Visit www.midlandartists.co.uk for further details.
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