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Glenda Maynard and Terry Bridgeman Exhibition

November 10 – November 24

Exhibiting in the main hallway at Victoria Hall are talented artists Glenda and Terry.

Glenda specialises in animal portraits and captures the characteristics that make a pet unique.

Terry specialises in beautiful gardens, landscapes and plants, creating a lively view on everyday scenery.

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Museum Hosts The Old Bakery Artists – This Is Somerset

The Old Bakery Artists group is currently displaying some of its best recent work in Wells and Mendip Museum.

The exhibition features Glenda Maynard’s vibrant palette knife painting of Wells Market, a meticulously drawn Giclee print of an old house, with every detail of stone and slate lovingly rendered by artist David Fisher.

John Collins’ acrylic, Summer By Canal Basin, shows children running through long grass.

Sandra Brant’s Altered Elements is a dramatic mix of feathers and swirling light.

Old Bakery Artists was set up some years ago to provide a forum for practising artists from in and around the Norton Radstock area.

It includes a number of professional artists as well as semi-professionals and keen amateurs, and its catchment area is gradually extending beyond its original confines.

The Old Bakery Artists meet at the Fromeway Inn, Radstock on the last Thursday of each month.

The exhibition comes to an end on Saturday and is open between 11am and 4pm.

The Old Bakery Artists brings a new and exciting art trail to the Radstock, Midsomer Norton and Paulton area from Thursday, May 14 to Sunday, May 17.

Old Bakery Cooks Up New Exhibit – This Is Somerset

The Old Bakery Artists are staging an exhibition at Wells and Mendip Museum.

Showing work in a variety of styles, there should be something for everybody.

Glenda Maynard is displaying a palette knife painting of Wells Market, so vibrant and colourful one can almost see the fabrics blowing in the wind.

In complete contrast, is a meticulously drawn Giclee print of an old house, with every detail of stone and slate lovingly rendered by artist David Fisher.

There are many others, landscapes, flowers, portraits and abstracts, and some interesting and unusual pottery figurines.