The Great North West Art Show
A first at the historic, Chester Town Hall
The successful team from the National Exhibition Wildlife Art (NEWA) will be using their expertise and exhibition knowledge to showcase the first Great North West Art Show.
Thirty-five professional, semi-professional artists and contemporary craftspersons, displaying a diverse range of work have been invited to exhibit and sell, at Chester Town Hall.
Artists and makers showcasing their work will include; painters, printmakers, and photographers. There will also be unique hand-crafted jewellery, glassware, cold-
cast bronze work, wood-carving, and ceramics. All artists have been specificallychosen to showcase the north west’s creative diversity and all have exhibited nationally and internationally.
The fair which is pitched ahead of Christmas will give visitors the chance to come and meet the artists and chat about their work, plus buy pieces directly to suit every pocket.
Organiser, Marion Tuffrey, says: ‘It’s a really exciting opportunity to branch out on the success of NEWA to bring this new event to the historic city of Chester and to the stunning Chester Town Hall. We have a top calibre of specially selected artists with a variety of styles to suit everyone’s pockets. It’s an opportunity not to be missed.’
When : Saturday October 29, 10am – 5pm
Refreshments are available and the show is FREE admission.
Held at Gordale Nurseries, Wirral as a national event, NEWA gets 17,000+ visitors per year with over 40% of the work sold.