Finals for art club

Bridgnorth and District Arts Society reached the finals of a national art competition with works from the group being exhibited in Nottinghamshire. The Art Club of the Year competition is run by leading monthly publications The Artist and Leisure Painter, to find the best art organisation in the UK. Art clubs, groups and societies from all around the country are invited to submit five works created by their members.

Denise Woodhall, chair of Bridgnorth and District Art Society said, “This was the first time we put ourselves forward for the competition and were delighted our members’ works were selected for the exhibition. Unfortunately, we did not win this time and naturally we would have loved to go all the way and win the top prize, but it is still a great achievement to have reached this stage of the competition.”

Caption – The March of the Elephants by Diane Ferguson

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