Festival faces on show at Curwens Gallery in Royston

PUBLISHED: 08:45 18 March 2010 | UPDATED: 16:17 11 May 2010

Paul Bainbridge with some of his work

Paul Bainbridge with some of his work

FESTIVAL faces are on show at an art gallery in Royston. For that is the title of a new exhibition by sculptor Paul Bainbridge at Curwens gallery, in the High Street. Mr Bainbridge explained: I was part of the arts festival, and set up a studio in the Hi

FESTIVAL faces are on show at an art gallery in Royston.

For that is the title of a new exhibition by sculptor Paul Bainbridge at Curwens gallery, in the High Street.

Mr Bainbridge explained: "I was part of the arts festival, and set up a studio in the High Street so people could watch me work.

"These sculptures are the product of that time, and a couple of other pieces I've been working on."

The exhibition includes a bronze of local television personality and motorbike expert Steve Parish.

"If anyone makes me a decent offer for that, they can have it, with the profits going to Riders for Health, a charity of which Steve is president," said Mr Bainbridge.

*The exhibition runs until the end of April.


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