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Exhibition 2018

Our Exhibition year started at the Surrey Heath show on May 19th.
It gave us good publicity and, unusually for this venue, some paintings were sold.

57th Annual Exhibition
High Cross Church, Knoll Road, Camberley

There was a ticket-only evening reception on Thursday 12th July 2018
at which the exhibition was officially opened by
Ian Cullen, a member of the Arts Council and famous TV actor,
and award winners were announced.

The exhibition, with nearly 200 paintings, was open to the public
from 9:30 to 5:00, Friday 13th and Saturday 14th July 2018.

This is always an excellent opportunity for people
to find out about the benefits of membership, to see what FCSA members do
and to enjoy viewing and, we hope, buying original works of art at reasonable prices.
Competitions (other photos below)
Prizes are sponsored to encourage particular types of work or in memory of past members.

Members are sometimes given the opportunity to compete by submitting paintings with a particular theme. For 2018 the optional competition theme was "Century".
Our Judge this year was Julie Ball, BA (Hons), Fine Arts & Practice, Ruislip
Committee Prize
donated by
Peter Tuitt
(The Living World)
The themed competition

The Winsland Award

Best watercolour/mixed media (£100)
Portrait Prize
donated by
Carole Head
Gerry and Jill Seward Trophy
(People's Choice, awarded at AGM)

Val Brooks

"Tiger, Tiger"
Val Painter

"Happy Hundredth"
Winifred Castellani
Leslie Kilner


Val Brooks

"Tiger, Tiger"

Elizabeth Makin-Bradshaw
"Rock Pool Animone"
Brian Richardson
"21st Century Kaleidoscope"
Tom Moss
"Cretan Cavern"

Yankova Medea Zheleva

Photographs from the Reception
(including several generously provided by Alan Meeks, Windlesham and Camberley Camera Club)

Chairman Carole Head introducing Ian Cullen

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