Admire the work of top local artists at Ely Art Society’s annual exhibition

11:38 08 August 2014

Ely Art Society Annual Exhibition, at The Hayward Theatre, artist Bob Wells, from Ely, with his work.

Ely Art Society Annual Exhibition, at The Hayward Theatre, artist Bob Wells, from Ely, with his work.

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Dozens of people have already stopped by the Hayward Theatre in Ely to enjoy Ely Art Society’s annual show.

Featuring more than 40 works from society artists, the annual exhibition showcases the best of local art in a variety of mediums, from drawings to water colours and oil paintings.

There is still time to visit the exhibition and many of the works are being offered for sale.

The exhibition runs until Sunday, August 17, and is open everyday from 10.30am-4.30pm. Entry is free.

The society meets on the second Friday of each month at Ely Methodist Church, in Chapel Street, at 7.30pm.

Visit www.elysociety.com for more information.

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