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2003 Exhibition
(Pictures below)

The 2003 Exhibition was open to the public on 6th and 7th September, from 10 am to 5pm (Saturday) and 10 am to 4pm (Sunday). Free admssion.

Members were invited to exhibit drawings, paintings, sculptures and pottery. Virtually all of these items were for sale. Several prizes had been sponsored, generally either to encourage particular types of work or in memory of past members.

Each year members are also given the opportunity to compete by submitting paintings with a particular theme. The competition theme this year was "Reflections"

First however are a few preliminary photos from the Private View, including the Mayor opening the exhibition (against past-chairman Alan Schofield's dramatic backdrop) and receiving a "thank-you" flower arrangement.

This year, as an experiment, the Society decided to allow paintings to be taken away at the time of purchase. To maintain a full exhibition, members were invited to provide additional works to be hung in place of any sold.
Reflections (Poster)
General Views of the 2003 private View (Click for more detail)


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"Reflections" Prizewinner (Michael Frost's drawing "In a reflective Mood") The Winsland Award Prizewinner (Anne Bloy's oils "Gardener's World") Raffle Prize (Rosemary de Goede's watercolour, "Umbrellas"), won by Hazel Shrimpton
In a Reflective Mood Gardener's World Umbrellas


Just over 300 paintings were submitted of which 51 were sold, including 10 "extras". The potters sold 53 pieces. Total commission income was roughly £700 with a similar amount from hanging fees. This can be compared to a total Camberley Theatre bill of some £1300)

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