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Winners Exhibition

Type
Art
Date

Monday 9th January 2012 to Thursday 1st March 2012

Time
Monday- Friday 9:30am- 4:30pm
Venue
Jobling Gowler Solicitors
Winners Exhibition

Winners Exhibition
Monday 9th January - Friday 2nd March
Jobling Gowler Solicitors, 250 Park Lane,
Macclesfield, SK11 8AD


Monday- Friday 9:30am- 4:30pm

Following The Jobling Gowler Art competition in 2011, entitled “East Cheshire- its Plain
and Peaks”, the winners of the competition were invited to exhibit a collection
of their work, for this the ‘Winners Exhibition’!
 



All the Winners from the competition have put together a collection of their own work, previously not
exhibited in Macclesfield, making for a rich and varied exhibition.  Work ranges from 2D Acrylics on Canvas and wall-hangings in Felt, to intricately produced embroidery and handmade Keum-bo silver jewellery.  The  11 artists are all local to East Cheshire and include, Suzy Shackleton, Karin
Sheldon, Phil Bennett and Grace Brearley.



www.art.250parklane.co.uk

Photograph of work by one of the exhibiting artists- Phil Bennett 
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