Ely Watercolour Workshop’s spring exhibition launches at The Almonry Restaurant and Café

PUBLISHED: 09:45 18 April 2017 | UPDATED: 09:45 18 April 2017

Ely Watercolour Workshop chairman Sarah Ruff at the launch of the group's spring exhibition at The Almonry Restaurant and Café. PHOTO: Sarah Ruff.

Ely Watercolour Workshop chairman Sarah Ruff at the launch of the group's spring exhibition at The Almonry Restaurant and Café. PHOTO: Sarah Ruff.

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The spring exhibition of the Ely Watercolour Workshop group opened on Saturday at the Almonry Restaurant and Café in Ely and runs until this Sunday, April 23.

“Local painters come together to show their recent works, all in watercolour,” said chairman Sarah Ruff.

“You will see a wide variety of styles and subjects, together with a range of hand painted cards, also done in watercolour.

“All are original art works, for sale at very reasonable prices.

“Artist Members will be stewarding if anyone would like further information about the E.W.W. Group which meets weekly in Ely College.”

Visitors have a chance to win the ‘Tea for Two’ prize by filling in a form stating their favourite painter from the group.

Entry is free, but donations to the British Heart Foundation are welcome.


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