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Exhibition will make waves in Seaford

The Glade, watercolour on acrylic base, by Bill Savidge, will be seen at the exhibition

The Glade, watercolour on acrylic base, by Bill Savidge, will be seen at the exhibition

An art and photography exhibition raising money for charity will take place in Seaford at the Crypt Gallery.

Money will go to Waves which is being supported by Seaford Mayor Mark Brown during his year in office.

It helps local families in crisis with practical assistance and has its headquarters opposite the gallery in Church Street.

The exhibition will take place on Saturday June 14 and Sunday June 15 from 10am to 4.30pm. Waves will be open for refreshments.

Waves fundraising manager Bill Savidge, whose work will appear in the exhibition, said: “Please come along to the Crypt Gallery to see quality art at affordable prices and support this fantastic charity, then enjoy refreshments at the centre and find out more about Waves.”

The exhibition will feature work from 20 artists including a sculptor and some photographers.

It is being staged by local artist Bill Savidge, whose work often features at the Last Minute Artists’ exhibitions at the Crypt and by Ray Finch, Director of Waves Seaford Ltd.

Entry is free. There will also be an art demonstration and a blind auction along with a musical interlude by local praise/folk group Band of Brothers.

Town crier Peter White will announce the event between 6pm and 8pm on Friday June 13.

The artists will be giving a donation from any sales made of their work to Waves.

 

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