Wonderful watercolours take centre stage at Ely exhibition

08:28 02 May 2014

Ely Water Colour Society Exhibition, at The Almonry, new member Kate Cann, hanging some work.

Ely Water Colour Society Exhibition, at The Almonry, new member Kate Cann, hanging some work.

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The Ely Watercolour Workshop showcased the work of members at an exhibition in Ely this week.

The workshop’s 20-strong membership contributed more than 40 paintings to the exhibition, which was held in the Almonry, in High Street, until Sunday.

A series of hand-painted greeting cards were also on display, with many examples also for sale. Dozens of people visited the exhibition over the course of the week.

The workshop meets at Ely College on Tuesday evenings during term time, from 6.30-9pm. For more information, contact chairman Roger Morris on 01353 649662.

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