First members’ exhibition was a big success

Architectural features in the Malthouse
Architectural features in the Malthouse

Our first summer exhibition has just finished. It took place in the Courtyard Gallery and the new Malthouse space, and was a resounding success.

We had 4,340 visitors, and sales of artwork and cards came to £1,352. Visitors were especially taken with the quality of light in the Malthouse, which we have established as a good place for an exhibition.

Special thanks go to Tricia Scott, John Ombler and their team for hanging such an attractive display, to Ronnie Creswell for managing the cards, and to Jan Calow and Elizabeth Fortescue for managing the sales records. And of course to all those members who volunteered to steward.

A steward's eye view of the Malthouse
A steward's eye view of the Malthouse

Next year’s group exhibition will be in the peak summer holiday period – so start planning your entries now!

Photos by Steven Chan (top) and Lois Wakeman (above).