Artists showcase work at Nailsea venue

PUBLISHED: 11:51 10 August 2018 | UPDATED: 11:52 10 August 2018

Uphill Artists Steve Buck, Anne Harrison, Diane Harrison and Val Treasure.

Uphill Artists Steve Buck, Anne Harrison, Diane Harrison and Val Treasure.

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Talented artists from Uphill are showcasing their work at a Nailsea venue throughout August.

Uphill Artists Steve Buck, Anne Harrison, Diane Harrison and Val Treasure.Uphill Artists Steve Buck, Anne Harrison, Diane Harrison and Val Treasure.

Members of Uphill Art Club use a variety of mediums to express themselves and their impressive pieces are on show at Number 65 High Street until August 26.

The group meets in Uphill village hall once a month and comprises 16 members of all ages and abilities.

Steve Buck, Anne Harrison, Diane Harrison and Val Treasure are just some of the artists who will be displaying their work at the High Street venue over the summer.

Steve said: “We are a very social group and exhibit just annually.

Uphill Artists Steve Buck, Anne Harrison, Diane Harrison and Val Treasure.Uphill Artists Steve Buck, Anne Harrison, Diane Harrison and Val Treasure.

“There is good selection of pictures in various mediums for people to view or purchase if you desire. Please pop in to see us.”

People can visit the exhibition at Number 65 from 10am-5pm on Monday to Saturday and from noon until 4pm on Sunday.

Number 65 opened as a health and digital hub last year.

It is also used by community groups and as an exhibition space for artists.

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