Artists attract a wider audience

PUBLISHED: 11:24 07 September 2007 | UPDATED: 15:14 12 May 2010

ARTISTIC TOUCH: From left, Sue Sanders, Marian Murphy, Beth Hardwicke, Liz ­Beardwell, and front, Terry and Sue Hartga.

ARTISTIC TOUCH: From left, Sue Sanders, Marian Murphy, Beth Hardwicke, Liz ­Beardwell, and front, Terry and Sue Hartga.

IN an attempt to interest a wider audience, a group of artists ­displayed their work at an exhibition at The Bull, Royston. One of the organisers, Sue Hartga, described the event as worthwhile . She said: We were attempting to take art to a different au

IN an attempt to interest a wider audience, a group of artists ­displayed their work at an exhibition at The Bull, Royston.

One of the organisers, Sue Hartga, described the event as "worthwhile".

She said: "We were attempting to take art to a different audience, and I believe that is where we succeeded.

"We certainly attracted people who would not normally visit an art gallery."

Those displaying their work were Liz Beardwell, Beth Hardwicke, Sue Hartga, Marion Murphy, Susan Sanders, and Terry Hartga.

The exhibition was part of this month's Herts Open Studios.


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