Stotfold artist’s work featured at Hitchin Museum

12:09 26 April 2012

AN ARTIST from Comet country will be hosting a free month-long exhibition, starting on Saturday.

Terry Wood, who has lived in Stotfold for the last 20 years, will be displaying a variety of work at Hitchin Museum in an exhibition which runs until May 26.

Among the works on show are traditional paintings, acrylics and watercolour based images, as well as other media such as pastels, gouache and ink.

Inspiration for his art comes from many sources, including travel, with some work based on the surrounding area.

Hitchin Museum, situated in Paynes Park, is open from 10am to 5pm daily, except on Wednesday and Sunday.


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