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THERE is still time to view the work of Melksham artists on display at the Town Hall.
The community exhibition at the Town Hall, which is part of North-West Wiltshire’s Peacock Arts Trail, is open until this Friday 17th September.
The exhibition features work from Joy Jefferys (‘Art is Joyous’), Ian Joad, Susan Hames, Pamela Brigden, Clive Dix, Bryan Clover and St Mary’s Art Group.
The North-West Wiltshire’s Peacock Arts Trail runs until this Sunday, 19th September, with an extravaganza of real and virtual events for art lovers to explore – for free!
With over 70 artists and craftspeople from Corsham, Chippenham, Melksham and surrounding villages participating, there’s something for all tastes.
Local artists who have opened their studios include ‘Art is Joyous’ and ‘Miss Wizz Jewellery’ from Melksham, and ‘BSPK Jewellery’, ‘Grey Clouds and Silver Linings’ and John Reid from Whitley. Lyndsay Tarren-Leister, also from Whitley, is exhibiting online.
For details visit www. peacockartstrail.co.uk or through social media with @peacockartstrail and #peacockartstrail2021
Above: Mayor cllr Jon Hubbard (far right) and the town council’s community development officer, Miriam Zaccarelli, welcome artists (L-R) Joy Jefferys, Francesca Cunningham – representing St Mary’s Art Group, and artist Ian Joad, to the Town Hall.