Come and Take a Fresh Look

 

Embroidery and watercolours at Elizabeth House re-opening exhibition

Plus adult and children's workshops


The Gallery at Elizabeth House reopens next Monday 6th November following a major refurbishment in the building.  The new show sees the return of the Windsor & Maidenhead Embroiderers' Guild, alongside watercolourist Martin Dutton.  Martin's work is exquisite, showing detailed buildings and landscapes, whilst the embroiderers bring extraordinary creativity and colour to their craft.  Well worth a visit.

 

You can get to see them this Sunday (5th November) if you book into a workshop that day (10am to 3pm): there's still time to book.  It's for adults wanting to try out - or improve their skills at - machine embroidery.  There will also be a mini (‘Make a fish on a stick’) embroidery workshop for children aged 8 and above on November 11th from 2 to 3.30pm.

All equipment and materials will be provided for the latter workshop but places must be booked.  Email membership@wmeg.org.uk to book a place on either workshop.


The exhibition is open each weekday 9am to noon and 1 to 3pm and also over the weekend of 11th/12th November - 10am to 1pm and 4 to 5.30pm on the Saturday, and 10am to 5pm on Sunday.  You can see it through to Friday 1st December.

All welcome - FREE Entry

 


Opening Weekdays 

9.00 am - 12.00 pm and

1.00 pm - 3.00 pm

The Gallery at Elizabeth House is at

Elizabeth House, Station Hill, Cookham SL6 9BS

 

 

(100 yards from the railway crossing in Cookham Rise towards the village High Street). 

 

 

For more information 
01628 819224 or email 


elizabethhouseadmin@cookhamcommunitybay.org.uk

The Gallery at Elizabeth House presents the work of the best of our local artists.  A programme of exhibitions during the year allows local artists to present their own work or to come together for joint exhibitions.

All paintings are for sale with a commission going to Elizabeth House, the local club for Cookham’s older people.

 

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