The old art gallery has been extended and radically improved with new lighting and display systems on three large hanging surfaces in the Eileen Whelan Room. In exceptional circumstances two further large display surfaces in the Reception area can also be used.
Fellowship’s aim is to provide local artists with a free display facility for the enjoyment and interest of its members and Suburb residents. No charge is made for displaying artwork neither is commission taken on sales. Assistance can be given with hanging and with local publicity. Exhibitions usually last for at least a month. Insurance is the responsibility of exhibitors.
Guaranteed opening times are set for each exhibition (usually one daytime and one evening session per week). In addition the Art Gallery will be open whenever the building is open and the Eileen Whelan Room is not being used for other purposes.
The latest exhibition at Fellowship House features paintings by Douglas Karson, a young American artist with an interesting background. He was raised in the Jewish tradition in the Deep South of the US Bible Belt. He now lives in Bristol with his wife and young son. His show is entitled ‘I see Myself in Flowers’. All works are for sale. All residents are welcome and the show runs until the end of October. It is open any time the building is open and the Eileen Whelan Room is not being used. Guaranteed opening times are: Tuesday 2.00pm to 5.00pm, Wednesday 6.30pm to 9.30pm, Friday 2.30pm to 5.00 pm
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