Ely Art Lovers Workshop spring exhibition set for Babylon Gallery

PUBLISHED: 10:22 14 April 2018

Ely Art Lovers Workshop spring exhibition set for Babylon Gallery

Ely Art Lovers Workshop spring exhibition set for Babylon Gallery


Ely Art Lovers Workshop’s spring exhibition runs from April 24 to May 7.

Open from 12pm each day, local artists are returning to the Babylon Gallery on Waterside, Ely, for their sixth exhibition.

During the week artists will be demonstrating their painting styles and are happy to chat to visitors.

Join the artists for a glass of bubbly on Saturday April 28.

Ely Art Lovers’ Workshop is a collective of local artists from Norfolk and Cambridgeshire.

“We are all of mixed abilities but we share a love of art and get together every week to paint and share experiences,” say the group.

“We hold exhibitions several times a year in Ely where you can come and see our art in person.

“Whether you’ve painted for years or if you want to try something new call Pauline on 01353 66 77 11 to learn about how you can join.

“We have a waiting list at the moment but we do welcome new artists through the year.”

Visit www.elyartloversworkshop.com or www.babylonarts.org.uk for more information.


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