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The Woodlands Art Group will be holding their fourth annual exhibition in the Methodist Church in High Street over this coming weekend.

The show will be open from 11.00am to 4.30pm on three days: Friday 17th August, Saturday 18th August and Sunday 19th August.

Oil, acrylic, and water colour paintings will appear alongside pencil drawing and digital art. There will also be some newly honed skills in decoupage, pottery, alcohol ink art (hic!) and an exploration of colour through the medium of colouring books.

The show will be complemented by a sale of greeting cards and paintings and drawings.

The group is always open to new members, with whatever artistic interests they may possess.

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