Wenlock gallery pops up in Ludlow

Much Wenlock’s Twenty Twenty Gallery are moving into Ludlow’s Quality Square to create a ‘pop-up’ in the former Silk Top Hat premises. Twenty Twenty was opened by Mary Elliott 14 years ago and has been looking to expand its operation.
Mary said, “The Ludlow opportunity is too good to miss. We cannot recreate Jill Howarth’s unique Silk Top Hat gallery – it would be impossible to follow in her footsteps – but we do hope existing customers as well as new ones will visit our exhibitions and hopefully find new paintings, prints and sculpture to enjoy.”

The first exhibition opens on 2 September and will include paintings by Shropshire-based colourist Sue Campion RBA, Raymond Sheldon, Leigh Davis and many more. The private view will be on Friday 1 September from 6pm – for an invitation, phone 01952 727952.


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