Paintings inspired by Bridgnorth

A Bridgnorth teacher has been so inspired by how beautiful the town looked on her daily walks, she has created a series of  paintings and now hopes to raise funds for charity.   Beverley Wightman, a singing teacher at both the Endowed and Oldbury Wells School said ” ‘My paintings seem to have gone down well on social media which has inspired me to carry on.  I’ve most definitely been bitten by the painting bug!”

Beverley is now planning to create prints and greeting cards of her work which include views of the river, St Mary’s Steps, Castle Gardens and the War Memorial in aid of The A-T Society and MIND.  You can view her work on her FB page Beverley Jane Art or contact her directly at bevtheboo1@gmail.com.

 

 

 

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