This exhibition largely features boats, rivers and seascapes, there are 12 paintings from the Collection hung in Station Square, a fabulously large office space.
Two days of the exhibition remain, the 17th and 18th of January.
It's open from 12noon until 5pm, please ring Jessica Carey on 07867 556100 before going.
Station Square is the name of the building, it's 1, Gloucester Street, coming out of Swindon Station, cross over the road, walk along Wellington Street and it's on your right as you reach the first pelican crossing.
This is what it looks like from the outside:
'Ship Amid Tall Waves' Alfred Wallis
This is very hard to see, but included for completeness, 'Pistyll Maes-Glasan' by John Piper 1940
'A Procession' LS Lowry 1938, again behind a special screen.
'Catch a Vision' a celebration of Swindon and Wiltshire photography included photographs by 50 exhibitors.
These were displayed without attaching anything to a wall, and looked very good:
More information on the building:www.stationsquare.co.uk
Another write up of the event:http://www.wiltshirebusinessonline.co.uk/news/latest/10161630.Major_Lowry_exhibition_at_Swindon/