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International Watercolour Masters returns to the UK with a spectacular exhibition featuring 39 of the world’s elite watercolour Masters and over 120 masterful paintings on display.
The show will be staged in the Ford Hall adjacent to Lilleshall Hall Shropshire (The National Sports and Conference Centre) and will open every day from May 5th to the 15th 10am to 4.pm.
The exhibition is being organised by David Poxon RI who is from Bridgnorth and is supported by The SAA.
After the success of the 2018 show it was decided to expand the format for IWM2020 with more artists from as far afield as China, USA, Japan, and Australia. In all more than 30 countries will be represented at the show. There will be at least 3 practical demonstrations from the Masters every day which will be broadcast live on SAA TV. Running alongside the exhibition will be workshops (booking essential) and also a pop up art market. Lilleshall Hall is situated in a spectacular setting amongst grade 2 English Heritage gardens and grounds. Free parking and all facilities are at the venue.
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