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  • Beverley Wightman

Welcome to my Art blog - a monthly run-down of my painting activities in Shropshire and beyond!


OCTOBER 2023

Solo exhibition at St Mary's Church, Shrewsbury, as part of Shropshire Art Society, for 4 weeks, starting 14th October. After selling many original paintings in our 'Art for A-T' exhibition in September, there are only just enough left for this exhibition! I am currently busy with the paintbrush in readiness for another exhibition in January - more to follow.






SEPTEMBER 2023

My colleague Annette (a fellow artist) and I held an exhibition entitled 'Art for A-T', to raise funds for our charity, The A-T Society (Ataxia Telangiectasia). We were overwhelmed with the response and raised £450 for the charity! Many original paintings were sold, as well as prints, greetings cards and calendars. I have to now get busy with the paintbrush again, as further exhibitions are looming!



AUGUST 2023

Sold a painting and several cards in the Bridgnorth Arts Society Exhibition. Also found time to paint on sea days whilst on my summer cruise! Plenty of sea views to observe - see 'Sunset on the Med' on the Seascapes page (now sold).



JULY 2023

Entered three paintings into the Church Stretton Arts Festival and managed to sell two. Exciting times!



JUNE 2023

My Orkney paintings and seascapes were on view in the Open House Arts Trail in Bridgnorth. A successful event selling paintings, prints and cards.



Also took part in the Broadway Arts Festival in the Cotswolds - the weather was kind - the umbrella was a sun-shield!


MAY 2023

Organised a Paintaway Holiday for the Shropshire Art Society to Skelwith Bridge near Ambleside in the Lake District. The weather was amazing all week, perfect for painting outside in the stunning environment.



APRIL 2023

Paintings entered in the 'Art 4 All' exhibition at Newhampton Arts Centre, Wolverhampton, with one painting sold.




MARCH 2023

Organised an art gallery trip to Newcastle-upon-Tyne for Shropshire Art Society. It was on the chilly side, but there were some stunning exhibitions!




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