Royston artists team up to display their talent
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A Melbourn photographer is looking forward to showcasing his work as part of a new exhibition in Royston.
Clive Porter will not only be displaying his popular framed images at Curwens Art Gallery in the High Street, but some cracking new designs of flora and fauna, landscapes and street scenes too.
The exhibition will begin next Wednesday, March 9 for eight weeks, with the invitation evening from 6pm until 8pm.
Clive will also be launching his exciting new range of Go Wild greeting cards at the exhibition, plus other varied products displaying his photographs, which include key fobs, magnets and other souvenirs.
He said: “I look forward to displaying my work, it will also be good to see some new faces during the exhibition.”
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Clive will be joined by local artist Mike Dobson, furniture maker Graham Rayner, and wood turner Rowland Penfold who will all be displaying their work at the exhibition.
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