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Art on Friday at The Plough

PUBLISHED: 12:35 13 October 2010 | UPDATED: 17:57 20 February 2013

Art on Friday at The Plough

Art on Friday at The Plough

The Art on Friday Group is pleased to announce its 6th Exhibition, which is being held in The Gallery at The Plough Arts Centre in Torrington during November 2010.

The Art on Friday Group is pleased to announce its 6th Exhibition, which is being held in The Gallery at The Plough Arts Centre in Torrington during November 2010.


The Group has been meeting at The Plough twice a month since 2002, where they hold workshops, exchange tips and ideas and invite guest artists for tutorials.This friendly group has diverse artistic abilities and with an aim to enjoy the many facets of art in a relaxed and supportive atmosphere. The members work in a variety of media, continually exploring new methods and approaches.


The group is joined by theOne-Ciders Younger Stroke Art Group, formed to bring together people in the Younger Stroke Group with an interest in art.


Some members were artists prior to their stroke, some have taken up this hobby since their stroke. The results are always a credit to their determination and are sometimes quite stunning. New skills are learned, old skills return in this friendly and caring group.


Everyone is welcome to the exhibition preview on Friday 5 November at 7pm.


Art on Friday Exhibition. 5 27 November. The Plough Arts Centre, 9 11 Fore Street, Great Torrington, EX38 8HQ. 01805 624624. www.theploughartscentre.org.uk

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