Annual exhibition next week

One of the paintings on offer at the exhibition, by Irina Gronous.

The upcoming annual exhibition of the Cambridge Society of Arts is being held on November 17 and 18 at St Andrew’s Church Hall, showcasing artworks of various mediums that members have created.

All art works are for sale and the exhibition will give the people of Cambridge and surrounding area a chance to purchase some outstanding pieces of art.

The Cambridge Society of Arts members meet on different days at their painting room on Thornton Rd, and new members are welcome.

On top of that, several times during the year workshops at held where members can learn new skills and styles from different artists.

This year, for the first time, the Cambridge Camera Club will be part of the exhibition and will showcase some of the great photographs that members have taken, with prints on canvas and fine art paper available to purchase.

Cambridge Camera Club is a group of keen photographers who meet monthly and also have trips away to different photographic locations, as well regular in-house competitions, and a yearly competition with two camera clubs in Scotland.

Both clubs will be there to teach, encourage and welcome new members.

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