Exhibitions and sales

 


13th June to 8th July

'Barber's Son - Hairdresser's Daughter'
present, North, South East, West


 

Artist Susie Darnton has chosen her childhood home town of Godalming in which to create an alternative museum. This includes the last slice of bread from Hillyer’s, an empty pill bottle from Duncan’s, a sixpence delivered by the tooth fairy after a tooth was extracted by Mr. Peter Cordle, the telephone from `Margery’s’, a sign from Messenger, May , Baverstock and other ephemera which suggest stories and history. Alongside are paintings that recall the landscape of the locality entwined with stories from children’s books borrowed from `Library Joan’ on Friday evenings.

 

 

 


11th - 29th July

Godalming Photographic Club


 

 

Godalming Photographic Club’s annual exhibition showcases the best of its work both as prints and digital images. Having won four regional competitions in the last year, GPC is one of the foremost clubs in Surrey so this is an event not to be missed. With around 80 active members GPC meets most Wednesdays from September to June and always welcomes new members.


1st August to 2nd September

A Postcard from Godalming


 

 

Stephen Goddard has selected old postcards of Godalming and considered both the image on one side and the message on the other. He has painted the view on the card as it is today and delved into the greetings sent and people involved. As usual in August there will be activities to entertain both young and old, related to the exhibition.

 

 

 


5th - 23rd September

Studio 12


 

 

Studio 12 are a group of artists who attend portrait and life classes at Wanborough village hall every Thursday morning and in the summer go on outdoor painting days. Their exhibition will show a variety of personal styles and interpretations of a range of themes.

 

 


26th September to 14th October

Broadwater Artists


 

 

This local group meet at Broadwater Park Community centre . Regular exhibitors, they always produce a great variety of work revealing their individual talents both traditional and modern.

 

 

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