Castle Park Arts Centre

New exhibitions open at Castle Park Arts Centre

A NEW programme of exhibitions opens at Frodsham’s Castle Park Arts Centre tomorrow (Tuesday) and will be open until March 30.

There will be an opportunity for visitors to meet all the exhibiting artists on Friday (February 23) from 7.30pm.
Gallery 1 will feature an exhibition by members of the Grosvenor Art Society of Chester.
In Gallery 2, Peter Appleton’s exhibition “Arran Rocks” will be on display.
Arran is a small island in the First of Clyde, rich in wildlife and geology.
The Island is split across the middle by the Highland Boundary Fault with the north end covered with high mountains like the Western Highlands, and the southern end covered in rolling hills like Southern Scotland.
Having recently spent time on the island, Peter was drawn to the wildness of the place but more specifically to the geometry and geology of the rock formations.

Gallery 3 features Gillian Robertson’s exhibition “Looking to the Light.”
Her paintings – a detail of one of which is shown above – explore how light forms a frieze of near and distant landscapes, with smaller pieces also inspired by sunshine and storms, the shadows of dawn and dusk and the illuminatory properties of light.
The Link Gallery will feature a collection photographs by Robert Alexander entitled “Street Observations.”
They show people doing ordinary things and going about their lives. It contains groups of people, individuals and objects that interested the photographer.
In the foyer there will be an exhibition of works by Jo Moss’s art group.

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