3 Artists - Back by Popular Demand

One
of the delights in curating the regularly changing Art Exhibitions at Malvern
Theatres is the vast range of artists from which to choose; all from the online
gallery www.artgallery.co.uk, which
promotes the work of over two thousand UK based artists. So, finding artists whose
exciting work hasn't been seen in Malvern before, is one of the driving forces
behind the venture. But once in a while, the public demands to see the work of
artists who have shown successfully at the theatre before. The April – May show
is a case in point.

Nick
Andrew's
work is unique in a number of respects. Firstly, his evocative works are
inspired by a very small patch of rural Wiltshire. Secondly, the freshness and
beauty of his images superbly convey the quietness and calmness of the valley
of the River Wylye. And finally, his reputation is proven by the fact that his
work appears in many public, corporate and private collections. This is a
wonderful opportunity to see Nick's most recent works.

Shirley
Netherton's
landscape paintings are equally fresh. Her
inspiration
for
painting
s
comes
from the photographs she takes, while enjoying

her
hobbies of walking and kayaking.

Living
in
the wonderful County of Cornwall,
she
is
surrounded
by the sea, and with so many beautiful rivers and landscapes to take
inspiration from.
Her
works are full of
wonderful
light.
It
is the reassuring feeling of permanence that attracts buyers.
The
sun is shining and all's well with the World.

Amanda
Dagg is a most prolific artist. Her popularity places her in
the top 20 of sellers in the country. She is
inspired by nature and is
driven
to
develop
uplifting paintings that are enriched with a positive and energetic
vibe. She
specialises in original heavily textured paintings designed to suit
all interiors. To date she has sold thousands of paintings online and through art galleries to collectors in the UK,
USA, Canada, Cyprus, Rome, Greece, Malaysia, Spain and Ireland. Her
works hang in private homes, nightclubs, churches and restaurants.

All the works
on display are for sale and can be delivered, by arrangement, within days of
purchase. The exhibition is open every day from Monday 6 April to
Saturday 16 May.