Chichester Harbour Conservancy art exhibition

ARTISTS of all levels have been invited to submit their work inspired by Chichester Harbour.

Chichester Harbour Conservancy is set to run an exhibition on Thorney Island, featuring work that has been inspired by the harbour.

It can be in any media, including photography, drawing, glass, painting, sculpture, or ceramics.

Jane Latawski, deputy education officer at the conservancy and organiser said: “We have run similar exhibitions for a number of years now and it is always impressive to see how much talent there is in our local community.

“The exhibition is a great place to display your work, which can also be offered for sale.”

Full details for entries can be downloaded from www.conservancy.co.uk

The exhibition is open to the public at The Stables, Thorney Island, on Saturday and Sunday, November 23 and 24, and also from Friday, November 29, to Sunday, December 1.

Entry is free of charge. Chichester Harbour Conservancy is set to run an exhibition on Thorney Island, featuring work that has been inspired by the harbour.

It can be in any media, including photography, drawing, glass, painting, sculpture, or ceramics.

Jane Latawski, deputy education officer at the conservancy and organiser said: “We have run similar exhibitions for a number of years now and it is always impressive to see how much talent there is in our local community.

“The exhibition is a great place to display your work, which can also be offered for sale.”

The exhibition is open to the public at The Stables, Thorney Island, on Saturday and Sunday, November 23 and 24, and also from Friday, November 29, to Sunday, December 1.

Entry is free of charge.