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As part of Somerset Open Studios 2016 local artist Julie Jenkins will be holding an exhibition of her work at her home on North Street from Saturday 17th September til Sunday 2nd October 2016.
In addition to setting up laser displays to complement Wincanton’s Christmas lighting, local artist Zac Greening went a step further last week by setting up eye-catching virtual fireworks displays projected onto town centre buildings for New Year's Eve.
On Friday 4th December The Wincanton Town Team promises an extraordinarily modern High Street light display to celebrate the 2015 festive season – and you’re all invited.
Lucy Jenkins exhibits a new collection of watercolour paintings throughout December at Divine Wines in Wincanton. Entitled Fruits of the Earth, the collection raises awareness of the impact of climate change and the direct impact of human actions on nature.
Wincanton photographer Trixie Hiscock undertook a year-long 365 Project, publishing a new photo online every day for a year to broaden her skills. She celebrated its completion with an exhibition of the entire collection in Wincanton Memorial Hall recently.
Following the successful completion of her 365 Project year, local photographer Trixie Hiscock, from Camelot Photographic Ltd, is delighted to announce an exhibition of all 365 images at The Memorial Hall, Wincanton on Saturday, 1st February from 10.00am - 5.00pm.
Lilies, Ladies and Landscapes is the title of John Baxter's exhibition of images in Divine Wines which can be seen all through September.
I believe that Wincanton has many treasures that help to make up the character of the town. Margaret Kelly is definitely one of them.
Artist Fiona Gordon-Abbey and husband Alastair MacAndrew have combined creative talents to produce something different for this, Fiona's ninth exhibition at First-View Gallery, Stourhead.
Professional Artist and Designer Margaret Miller has an exhibition of her work currently in Divine Wines, Wincanton High Street. As well as examples of her portraits and views of Wincanton landmarks, she has a delightful selection of cards.
Distant Horizons is an exhibition of vibrant gouache and pastel paintings, inspired by my recent journey to Bhutan, which takes place at my home in Wincanton for Somerset Art Weeks, between 15th and 30th September 2012.
Following the example of a string of other artists, John Baxter is mounting an exhibition of his work in Divine Wines during September. He will be showing drawings, paintings, photographs, digital images and cards.
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