Gallery takes a new direction

The Ringstead Gallery in Burnham Market takes a new direction this weekend with the launch of its latest exhibition featuring 12 new artists and sculptors who are making their debut in the gallery.

The Ringstead Gallery in Burnham Market takes a new direction this weekend with the launch of its latest exhibition featuring 12 new artists and sculptors who are making their debut in the gallery.

New Faces is the title of the exhibition which opens on Saturday and runs until June 1.

The collection has been put together by gallery manager Nick Greer following his tour of galleries in other parts of the country and his visits to artists' studios.

'This is my first exhibition of artists and sculptors that I have put together myself and I am really excited about the collection that we are showing from Saturday. I hope regular patrons of The Ringstead Gallery and people who may have not visited us before, will call in and view the exhibitions and I hope they enjoy the work of these artists making their debut at my gallery,' said Mr Greer.


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The show includes still life by Andrew McNeile Jones , figurative paintings by Anne McCormack, sailing and seascapes by Janet Nelson and John Cockayne's sporting sculpture.

The Ringstead Gallery's New Faces exhibition will be open tomorrow from 10am until 5pm and on Sunday from 11am until 4pm. During the week the gallery is open from Monday to Friday from 10am until 5pm except Wednesday when it is open until 1pm. Apart from May 17, the gallery is closed on Sundays.

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