Fulham Artists and Potters Hold Autumn Exhibition

Open at Fulham Library every day till Sunday November 22

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The Society of Fulham Artists and Potters is back at Fulham Library for its Autumn Exhibition and Sale.

The exhibition, in the library's first floor Exhibition Hall, is open from 10am till 8pm on Wednesday and Thursday, November 18 and 19, 10am till 5pm on Friday and Saturday and 10am till 4pm on the final day, Sunday November 22.

Included in the exhibition are hundreds of paintings, incuding local landscapes, floral pictures and collages, plus pottery, ceramics and original handmade cards.

This year artist Adebanji Alade has added his support to the event by donating a painting as a raffle prize.

For the first time, 13 larger works are also on display in the glass atrium of Hammersmith Town Hall and are available for all to view till November 23.


These paintings are available to buy - with 20% of all the sales will be donated to Hammersmith and Fulham Mayor Mercy Umeh's adopted charities, Maggie’s Cancer Centres and Lupus UK.

The Society of Fulham Artists was founded in 1952 as a not-for-profit organisation " to encourage the practice and exhibition of the work of local artists in association, and to attract and interest the public in the visual Arts."

Membership is open to anyone over the age of eighteen living, working or studying in the Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham and neighbouring boroughs. You can find out more about joining the society here.

Fulham Library is at 598 Fulham Road. Entry to the exhibition is free and everyone is welcome.

 

May 6, 2010

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