Festival faces on show at Curwens Gallery in Royston
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."
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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.
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*The exhibition runs until the end of April.