Woman stages exhibition of late husband’s paintings

A FRODSHAM woman is to stage an exhibition of paintings by her late husband.
Christine Nolan is organising the exhibition of work by her husband David at Castle Park Art Centre, during February and March – with the opening night on February 23.
The couple moved to Frodsham in 1989 to run the Post Office on Main Street.
David had been born and grew up in Liverpool where he attended Liverpool Art School and then began working in the printing industry as a lithographic artist and re-toucher.
Christine said: “He painted for pleasure, but also worked to commissions. When we moved to Frodsham he became involved in local activities, becoming a member of Frodsham Town Council and working towards re-igniting the Frodsham Flower Show.
“He was a founder member of the Eddisbury Artists, who used to meet at the Post Office prior to move to Castle Park Art Centre when they had sufficient members.
“He displayed his paintings with the group in exhibitions which took place in various locations around Cheshire and the North West.
“Sadly he died in 2000 at the age of 58 years.”

The exhibition will close on March 26.

One of David Nolan’s paintings

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