Welcome to the Eddisbury Artists' Exhibition 2019
We are all able to conjure up one or more ideas for what a title like `The Elements` might have in store for us. Some of these might be Scientific, Philosophical, Spiritual, or Sensory based. Every artist representing themselves here will have dedicated a great deal of thought and energy to their particular interpretations of the theme.
We hope you enjoy the works on show and have fun making your own imaginative connections to the pieces you are looking at.
The Eddisbury Artists are a group of local artists who meet together to paint and develop their artistic interests. Initially meeting in a room at the rear of the Post office in Frodsham, they moved to Castle Park Arts Centre in 1996. The group held its first major exhibition at the Centre in 1997.
In the summer months the group meets outdoors to paint local scenes, turning to portraiture, still life and life drawing, amongst other things, in the winter months. In addition, the group has visited locations on day trips in the North West and Wales.
In the past the group has been invited to exhibit at the Steam Boat Museum in Bowness, the White House Business Centre in Warrington and to sketch and exhibit at Halton Hospital. We have exhibited at Theatr Clwyd Mold, Bank Quay Gallery Warrington, Birkenhead Pavilion and used to regularly exhibit at the Forest Hills Hotel Frodsham. We have held regular exhibitions at Castle Park Arts Centre. We have been featured in the Cheshire Life magazine.
Finding the Arts Centre
The Arts Centre is very close to the centre of Frodsham and is marked by brown tourism signs. Turn off Main Street (A56) down Fountain Lane, the Arts Centre is signposted off to the right after 200yds. PLEASE USE: WA6 6SD in your sat nav.
Parking at the Arts Centre
Castle Park and Gardens is located off Chester Road (A56) Frodsham. There is a small car park which is on the left hand side, just after the railway bridge, if heading out of Frodsham.
There is then a lovely walk through to the Arts centre. There is limited parking, including disabled parking at the Art Centre.