Walsall Society of Artists launch new exhibition - in pictures

By Charlotte Callear | Attractions | Published:

A host of vibrant and colourful paintings artistically created by members of Walsall Society of Artists have gone on display for its 69th exhibition.

Sandra Gould, Margaret McAtominey, David McGuire, Pat Hoskisson and Ken Worley, from Walsall Society of Artists get set for their exhibition at New Art Gallery, Walsall

There are 152 pieces of art exhibited at The New Art Gallery including 130 items hung on the wall and a record number of 32 3D works.

The launch of the exhibition was opened by contemporary sculptor, Robert Bowers, who has a number of pieces sites around the Midlands. He has designed works for The Birmingham Young Professional of the Year Award and The Royal Television Awards.

Many of his commissioned works are in corporate and individual collections such as those of Audi, Porsche, Ernst & Young, and Mo Mowlam.

WSA chairman Pat Hoskisson said: "Robert Bowers was very impressed and told me that it was one of the best amateur exhibitions he has ever seen.

"It is a big compliment from a well known artist. He was going around and making comments about different paintings to everyone taking part.

Art pieces on display at Walsall Society of Artists 69th exhibition

"I think that the standard is very high this year and all of the society members should be very proud.


"The gallery has done us proud, all of the paintings are hung beautifully."

The exhibition will be on until January 9 and many of the art pieces will be up for sale.

Art pieces on display at Walsall Society of Artists 69th exhibition

Members of the society will be demonstrating their art each weekend on December 29 and January 5.

For further information, please call the gallery reception on 01922 654400.

Charlotte Callear

By Charlotte Callear

Reporter based at the Express & Star's Wolverhampton head office


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