Our Exhibition year started at the Surrey Heath Show on Saturday 18 May 2019.
It gives us good publicity and sometimes some paintings are sold.
This year for the first time we are getting involved and taking part in Camfest, which runs from 28th-30th June. The event was open 10am - 5pm each day.
Volunteers helped each day from 10-1 or 2--5 . We see this as a great opportunity to promote the FCSA and its Exhibitions. We can get our message across about who we are to a lot more people and be involved with the community of Camberley and surrounding areas.
Our stand was in the Mall near Poundland , House of Fraser, two entrances, the toilets and the carpark lifts.
|58th Annual Exhibition
High Cross Church, Knoll Road, Camberley
There was a ticket-only evening reception on Thursday 18th July 2019
at which the exhibition was officially opened by the
Mayor of Surrey Heath, Councillior Robin Perry
and award winners announced.
The exhibition, with nearly 200 paintings, was open to the public
from 9:30 to 5:00, Friday 19th and Saturday 20th July 2019.
As always, this was 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 2019 the optional competition theme is "Our Environment".
Our Judge this year was ?????
Preliminary notes: 2019 People's Choice winner was Val Brooks' "Walkies"
The following were the winners in 2018
(The Living World)
Best watercolour/mixed media (£100)
|Gerry and Jill
(People's Choice, awarded at AGM)
"Rock Pool Animone"
"21st Century Kaleidoscope"
Yankova Medea Zheleva
Photographs from the
Reception (to follow)
(including several generously provided by Alan Meeks, Windlesham and Camberley Camera Club)
The 2019 raffle winner was Mr Charles Barbor, President of Camberley Rotary,seen here receiving the prize. The raffle raised £210.00p for The Brush with Art Group, at the Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice.
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