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SUNDAY 26th SEPTEMBER 2021
COLLINGHAM & LINTON SPORTS CLUB
Harewood Road, Collingham LS22 5BL
An art exhibition and social event is being held at Collingham & Linton Sports Club (CALSA) on Sunday 26th September between 1.00 - 6.00pm.
Artist : Sarah Jane Nicholls
Artist : Nora Yates
Artist : Jill Neale
Music plays a big part in my life too - as well as playing clarinet in Collingham Band, I have been learning the piano for the last several years, and from time to time I organise a get-together of adults who are learning to play an instrument. I set up the group in 2007 and have met lots of lovely people through the various events I've organised.
But enough about me! If you would like to get in touch about picture framing or any of my other activities, please do contact me. I would love to frame your pictures and look forward to meeting you!
A small selection of Richard Hnat's exhibition paintings
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Polkadot Pictures & Framing will be attending the exhibition with around 250 frame styles and dozens of mount colours. Visitors are welcome to bring their own pictures for framing.
Richard has always loved landscape painting, and the lockdown has given him plenty of opportunity to resurrect his hobby. Richard now needs to reclaim some space in his home so his paintings will be for sale at very affordable low rates. Prints of Richard's paintings can be bought for as little as £5.00.
Making the event go with a swing will be the fabulous Vivid Trio. There will also be a Cheese & Wine tasting at the bar, whilst outside by the cricket ground, Collingham & Linton Cricket Club are hosting a sizzling barbeque.
The exhibition will feature paintings by Collingham artist Richard Hnat, who has a B.Ed degree in Art. Many of Richard's paintings are of local scenes, and both original art and prints will be for sale.
Making the event go with a swing will be the fabulous Vivid Trio. There will also be a Cheese & Wine tasting, and what better way to round off a relaxing Sunday afternoon than to enjoy the sound of leather on willow from the friendly cricket match taking place on the cricket ground next to the club house.