Wednesday, 12 February 2014

The Wet Paint Gallery has a Sale On

The Wet Paint Gallery in Cirencester is very easily reached from the A419, take the second turning off the dual carriageway heading towards Gloucester, then just across the first roundabout, and the WPG is on your left, with a car park conveniently placed bedside it.
There's a sale on there at the moment, so even more incentive to pay them a visit. Last Saturday the 8th of February was the opening day, so there was a celebratory atmosphere, wine and nibbles.
You can see lots of wine glasses amid the tulips and below highly desirable prints by two of my favourite artists, Edward Bawden and Eric Ravilious.
 Above more prints, and below a gorgeous horse sculpture partly hidden by posters.
 And in the window, wire netting animal lovers.
The books are great:

Also for sale lovely cards, postcards and posters advertising previous exhibitions:

I bought the Eric Gill one and Edward Bawden one.
For more details on the Wet Paint Gallery have a look at their website, and go along and have a look.
It's worth mentioning that they are open Thursday-Saturday.

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