Four new exhibitions at Castle Park Arts Centre

FOUR new exhibitions open at Frodsham’s Castle Park Arts Centre tomorrow, Wednesday, January 9 and will run until February 17.
On Friday (January 11) there will be a “meet the artists” open evening from 7-9pm with free entry and refreshments.
In Gallery 1, the exhibition is Art from the Square, a group of local and Merseyside artists, many of them ex-professionals, who regularly exhibit together.
On show will be an eclectic mix of subjects, styles and methods.
In Gallery 2, local solo artists Sue Hancell, a members of Eddisbury Artists, will be staging her exhibition “Landscapes and Light”
The works on show will make use of the fabulously that light plays on the landscape. Dawn, dusk and the fleeting shadows that create lattices of shapes around us, will take the breath away.
Gallery 3 will offer Eddie Bishop’s exhibition entitled “Any Old Iron”
Eddie works with steel, using a force of individuality to create a rough elegance within hiw work. He explores the possibilities of manipulating and transforming the steel to make something aesthetically pleasing.
In the Link Gallery is Ginger Jar Arts, featuring the work of two Warrington artists, Helen Culleton and Sue Ellis.
Working in a variety of medium and with differing styles and approaches, they share a love of landscapes, nature and wildlife, very much reflected in their work.
The exhibition is entitled “Scenes from a County Lane.”

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