Members to showcase ‘memories captured in art’ at exhibition

PUBLISHED: 13:49 31 July 2018 | UPDATED: 13:49 31 July 2018

A painting of Southwold Beach by John Dawkins.

A painting of Southwold Beach by John Dawkins.


The members of Southwold Art Circle will showcase their work ‘Memories Captured in Art’ at their annual exhibition.

Running from Monday, August 20, to Sunday, September 2, this long-established group of local artists, with a membership of more than 100, will have their best work on display and for sale at The Scout Hall in Mights Road, Southwold.

The display of work will showcase a variety of different topics - from landscape, still life and portraiture to wildlife, abstract and botanical.

As well as the scenery of Southwold, every kind of subject matter will be captured on canvas and paper with paint, pastel, pencil and all media.

The price range of art for sale will differ from piece to piece.

The exhibition will be open daily from 10am to 5pm. Admission and parking for visitors will be free.

For more information about Southwold Art Circle and how to join, visit

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