SEVEN Worcestershire women are bringing their collaborative art exhibition back to Bromsgrove for its second iteration.
The North Worcestershire Artist Collective is made up of seven women who all met through the Worcestershire Open Studios art project and have decided to reboot their exhibition following a successful debut in 2022.
The event showcasing over 100 original pieces from Jane Aston, Michelle Doidge, Natasha Giles, Edwina Mackinnon, Juliet May, Suzanne Nicholl and Amanda Pardoe will take place at Blackwell Community Hall, Bromsgrove on November 25 and 26 from 10am to 4pm.
Each of the artists unique styles will be on display in a variety of mediums including oil, acrylic, pastels, watercolour, inks & digital art.
Visitors will be able to meet the artists, discover what inspires them and the techniques they employ. All of the original artwork, along with prints and greetings cards, will be available to purchase.
Entry is free and everyone is welcome. There will be free refreshments for those who visit.
Michelle Doidge said: “Last year’s exhibition was hugely successful, there was a real buzz with well over 200 visitors. We are all so excited to be working together once again and exhibiting in such a fantastic venue.
“Blackwell Community Hall is the perfect backdrop for our eclectic mix of bold and contemporary pieces and we look forward to welcoming all of our visitors over the weekend.
“As well as seeing some beautiful artworks we will be offering all visitors a cuppa and a mince pie.”