Exmouth artists to showcase talent at exhibition

09:00 02 September 2012

Archant

Exmouth Art Group is returning to the Elizabeth Hall for its annual summer exhibition.

This will be the 66th time the event has been held, and it will run between September 6 and September 22, opening everyday between 10am and 6pm (final day closes 1pm).

The usual range of exciting original artwork will be on display and available to buy.

Prizes will also be handed out to the artists, who this year will be judged by Exmouth artist Ray Balkwill.

There will also be a prize raffle available, with the first prize being the painting Exmouth Pots by Derek Farndon. Money raised from the raffle will go towards Royal Marines’ charity The C Group.

Admission to the exhibition will cost 50p.

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