Lichfield Festival’s Annual Visual Arts Exhibition

Composition 2 exhibition Lichfield Cathedral The Sculpture and Art Foundation CIC

Lichfield Festival’s Annual Visual Art Exhibition 2019

‘Composition 2′

5th July-27th July 2019. 

Representing the Visual Arts in the Lichfield Festival The Sculpture and Art Foundation CIC once again hosts the successful visual art exhibition within the fabric of the majestic Lichfield Cathedral.

’Composition 2’ provides viewers a chance to explore a visual feast of artworks to suit every mood during Lichfield Festival’s mighty array of events and activities. 

Visitors to the Lichfield Festival have the opportunity to view and purchase artworks by acclaimed artists within ‘Composition 2’.  The Exhibition will feature works by professional UK wide artists as well as local artistic talent.

‘Composition 2’ exhibition is bringing diverse work to be displayed within the 800 year old Lichfield Cathedral. As part of the Lichfield Festival, this selling exhibition will showcase fine art media inclusive of painting, sculpture, ceramics and photography by a broad range of artists exploring the theme of composition from many different approaches. 

 

Suitable for all ages, the exhibition is Free Entry (Donations to Cathedral welcomed)

Access is 10am-4pm (excluding Cathedral services).


‘Composition’ Lichfield Festival Visual Arts Exhibition 2018

‘Composition’ the Lichfield Festival’s Annual Visual Arts Exhibition was held 30th June to 15th July 2018 at Lichfield Cathedral.  Curated by The Sculpture and Art Exhibition.

Featuring Fine Art, Ceramics, Photography, Sculpture and Painting from local, national and international artists.

Artists successfully selected this year were as follows: Susanna Byrne, Kerry Colebrook, Jonathan Moss, Fae Kilburn, Carl Knibb, Angela Smith, Viv Astling, Katy Miller, Anita Rove, Jaana Fowler, James Newton, William Braithwaite, John Rattigan, Amy Faulkner, Barbara Witkowska, Lucy Morrison, Rosalind White, Carole Baker, Hannah Golding, Caroline Lowe, Peter Walker.

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