HENFIELD Art Club are to hold their 29th annual exhibition today (Friday) and tomorrow.
Showcasing a mixture of work from watercolour, acrylics, oils, and wood carved items, the club has also invited, for the second year, pupils from St Peter’s Primary School to take part.
The Fabian Way school pupils work ranges from paintings to clay models and this year they are showing a large collage of ‘Sunflowers’ by Vincent Van Gogh.
Jim Quainton has been chairman of the club for the past three years, he said: “I have a wonderful committee of very hard working individuals.
“We attract visitors from all around the area and further afield, and the exhibition has established itself as one of the top attractions in the Henfield calendar.”
Most of the items are for sale and the club will take a small commission for purchases.
The exhibition will be at The Henfield Hall, High Street today (Friday) 10am until 5pm and tomorrow (Saturday) 10am until 4pm. Entry is free.