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Folkestone Art Society Autumn Exhibition

Folkestone Art Society Autumn Exhibition:

Wednesday 9 to Sunday 20 November 2011.

Grand on The Leas (www.grand-uk.com), Folkestone.  

The exhibition opens at 10am and closes at 5pm each day. The Autumn Exhibition usually has up to 250 paintings and works of art on display and the majority of the work is for sale. The exhibition is rightly considered an important event in the arts calendar of the south-east and our previous exhibitions have drawn praise for the high standard of work exhibited.

For more than eighty years members, past and present, have been pivotal in promoting the visual arts in Folkestone and the south east. In that time we have grown both in number of members as well as in the number and quality of the works exhibited.
Many eminent artists have been past members and the membership today includes professional and semi-professional artists as well as many talented amateurs.

Entrance to the Exhibitions is free and there is ample free parking. A nominal charge is made for catalogues.
Refreshments are available: (www.grand-uk.com 01303 222222)

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FAC Autumn Exhibition at PecheArt

30th October – 19th November 2010

Members of the Folkestone Arts Collective will be exhibiting at the PecheArt Gallery this Autumn.

PecheArt Gallery is based in Sandgate, near Folkestone, Kent and showcases original work by some of the most talented artists across the South of England, Canada and France.

55 Sandgate High Street, Sandgate CT20 3AH
http://pecheart.com/

Click to download a poster here.

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Folkestone Art Society Autumn Exhibition 09

Folkestone Art Society

The Folkestone Art Society Autumn Exhibition will be held at The Grand on The Leas (www.grand-uk.com), at Folkestone from Wednesday 4 November to Sunday 22 November 2009

The exhibition opens at 10am each day and closes at 5pm except on the last day when the exhibition closes at noon. The Autumn Exhibition usually has over 200 paintings and works of art on view and the majority of the work is for sale. The exhibition is rightly considered an important event in the arts calendar of the south-east and the Society’s previous exhibitions have drawn praise for the high standard of work exhibited.

Visitors are asked to vote for their favourite work of art and prizes will be presented to the winning artists.