Lympstone Art Exhibition coincides with Exmouth Festival

PUBLISHED: 18:30 26 May 2017

A Phil Creek painting - of Jason Ingham’s boat, 'Compass Rose' at Lympstone Boat Shelter - will be up for auction at Lympstone Art Exhibiton.

A Phil Creek painting - of Jason Ingham’s boat, 'Compass Rose' at Lympstone Boat Shelter - will be up for auction at Lympstone Art Exhibiton.

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Lympstone is joining the Exmouth Festival with its own art exhibition, running from Sunday, May 28, to Saturday, June 3, 11am-5pm, and Sunday, June 4 (11am-2pm).

A wide selection of paintings, pastels, etchings, drawings, prints and various 3-D items such as pottery and sculpture will be for sale.

There will also be a picture of Jason Ingham’s boat, Compass Rose, in Lympstone Boat Shelter, which will be auctioned by secret bids. It has been painted in acrylics by Phil Creek.

Entry is £1 for adults and free to under 16s. Refreshments - including home-made cakes - will be available.

“Please visit the exhibition,” says organiser Judith Carter. “It is a great trip from Exmouth and an opportunity to purchase original art work at very reasonable prices as well as enjoying viewing the exhibits.”

You can get to the exhibition by cycling to Lympstone along the Exe Estuary Trail or catch the train or take the car.


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