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Tuesday, June 19, 2007

After the Fete


After Gee Cross Fete we went along to the Methodist Church where Gee Cross Art Group were holding an exhibition.

9 comments:

Meg in Nelson said...

And you had nice weather for the Fete!

james said...

Is this still a Methodist Church and it is just a temp. exhibit?

Are there any converted churches over there?

julia said...

Good paintings, were you thempted to buy? Rain and trees in your news as well. Yet another gale is approaching here they say. A small point, earlier I didn't mean to give the impression that a tree fell on MY house,I used the theme caption in jest.

Irina said...

Exhibit items look very interesting!

And thank you for visiting my blog. I answered to your questions in comments to the same post.

Ackworth Born said...

Hi James -- yes this is still an active Methodist Church. Lots of old churches have been converted into all manner of other uses including mosques, restaurants, car showrooms, dwelling houses &c.

The art exhibition is only for the day and Julia I was certainly tempted by one picture but as I own too many to fit my walls and am trying to declutter I didn't buy anything.

Jilly said...

Love this sort of event. Paintings look really interesting. I'd have been tempted, I'm sure. Were you?

Felicia said...

Before I buy art I try (not very hard) to figure out where I will put it first. Tho I have ended up with more stuff than walls to hang it on! PS: I haven't visited in awhile & really like your header they keys with letters are very nice!

lv2scpbk said...

You picked a nice picture to highlight of the horse. Looks like a nice art exhibit.

james said...

thanks for the reply....do you know of any former church mosques around?

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