Exhibition of watercolour work at Babylon Gallery in Ely

PUBLISHED: 07:00 09 October 2018

Work from the 2017 SEAW Selected Exhibition by Caroline Furlong (Winter Fieldlines)

Work from the 2017 SEAW Selected Exhibition by Caroline Furlong (Winter Fieldlines)

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The Babylon Gallery in Ely will host an exhibition of watercolourists by East Anglian art collective The Society of East Anglian Watercolourists (SEAW).

Work from the 2017 SEAW Selected Exhibition by Alan Noyes (Remember that Afternoon)Work from the 2017 SEAW Selected Exhibition by Alan Noyes (Remember that Afternoon)

Featuring more than 80 works, the exhibition will give viewers the chance to look at contemporary and traditional style watercolours.

Vandy Massey, chairman of SEAW, said: “We are thrilled with the response to our call for entries.

“The standard of work submitted is exceptional and this will be an exhibition not to missed. “Watercolour is an increasingly popular medium, with artists and art collectors loving it for its spontaneity and the beauty of its translucent colours.”

All works in the exhibition are selected by a panel of expert judges and visitors will have the opportunity to view and purchase the paintings.

Work from the 2017 SEAW Selected Exhibition by Caroline Furlong (Winter Fieldlines)Work from the 2017 SEAW Selected Exhibition by Caroline Furlong (Winter Fieldlines)

The exhibition is open from Tuesday 16 to Sunday 28 October.

For more information visit www.seaw.co.uk or www.babylonarts.org.uk/gallery


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