Brierley Hill Society of Artists exhibit work at the Redhouse Cone

The Brierley Hill Society of Artists returns to the Red House Glass Cone with its annual exhibition this month.

The exhibition, which runs until Sunday 18th March, features a range of pieces including watercolours, silk prints, oils, pastels, textiles, acrylics and lino prints.

Work includes local and country scenes, portraits, still life and life drawings, all of which is for sale. Items include prints and framed items, all of which are reasonably priced with pieces available at £15 upwards.

It is a bumper year this year, with staff at the cone having to get more wracking in for the display space due to the sheer number of paintings, with a large increase in the number of prints too.

There are nearly 120 framed prints on display, plus 95 unframed prints and a total of 27 artists represented.

Pieces include local scenes including the cone itself, the Clent Hills, Black Country canals as well as pictures from further afield including Askrigg in North Yorkshire, Whitby and Venice. Portraits with a local favour include actor and Freeman of the Borough Sir Lenny Henry and Tommy Shelby, star of Peaky Blinders

There is also a small children’s exhibition and the group hopes that this will grow as more younger members join the group.

The Red House Glass Cone in Wordsley is open between 10am and 3pm, Monday to Friday, and 11am to 4pm at the weekends. Admission is free. 


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