Major art exhibition in Hitchin
PAINTINGS, prints and sculptures will be on exhibition at a big art bash in Hitchin. Popular artist Krysia Michna-Nowak has invited staff and tutors from Tim s Art Supplies, Hitchin, to join her in a major exhibition at the Knowl Piece Gallery in Wilbury
PAINTINGS, prints and sculptures will be on exhibition at a big art bash in Hitchin.
Popular artist Krysia Michna-Nowak has invited staff and tutors from Tim's Art Supplies, Hitchin, to join her in a major exhibition at the Knowl Piece Gallery in Wilbury Way, Hitchin.
She said: "Our work is grade one and speaks volumes. It's going to be an exciting show."
Krysia works with a unique combination of mono-printing overlaid with acrylic.
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The wide range of original art on display will also include intricate prints and textiles by Ruth Rickman, expressive landscapes by Charlotte Wallis and whacky sculptures by Liz Wagstaff.
Prize-winning artist Anne Songhurst will also exhibit exquisite still life paintings and James Willis will present a series of paintings with a contemporary twist, inspired by a recent trip to Venice.
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The exhibition is open from 11am until 5pm on September 9 and 10, 15 to 17 and 22 to 24.
For more information, call 01462 893983.