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Welcome to Weobley

Jewel in the Crown of the Black & White villages

Annual Art Exhibition; Home
By Local Artists
at Hopelands, Weobley Village Hall
Saturday 26 – Monday 28 August
10.00am – 5.00pm daily
Over 300 paintings by local artists with prices beginning at £20
for unframed work.  This is a wonderful opportunity
to purchase unique paintings at affordable prices. 
Excellent refreshments available all day with light lunches served between midday and 2pm. Highly recommended
Artists wishing to exhibit should read the letter of invitation below and download the documents on the right of this page or contact Jo Ware on 01544 318296 or email: joware.weobley@virgin.net.
Entries in any medium must be submitted by August 1st.
This Exhibition is mounted by the Friends of Weobley Parish Church. The FOWPC raise funds for the maintenance and upkeep of this historic building that is the Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul, Weobley.


An Invitation to Artists from the Exhibition Organiser

Thanks to the high standard of the artists who exhibit, the reputation of our exhibition continues to grow. It is rewarding to see artists returning from year to year. Also we have a “following” of those who make attending the exhibition their Bank Holiday activity from many places around Herefordshire and beyond! With an ever increasing number of events held over August Bank holiday it is a challenge to us to build on our past success.


I am pleased to inform you that our Art Exhibition will once again be held at our regular venue, The Hopelands,  Weobley Village Hall over the August Bank Holiday weekend  (26, 27 and 28 August).


I do hope that you are able to exhibit at this years’ exhibition. Also if you know of artists who would be interested in exhibiting could you please let me know so that I can send them an entry form.  It would also be appreciated it if you could promote the exhibition in your local area.  I would be pleased to send you a poster so please let me know.


The production of a catalogue is important to the enjoyment of visitors, so we need your Entry Form and a brief resume no later than Tuesday August 1st.


The minimum price for unframed works is £20 and £35 for framed works.  Our commission on sold work is 20%. The price for works exhibited is £1.00 per work or £2.00 for a folio of unframed work. Please note that we restrict the number of FRAMED works to 5. Please read the Conditions of Entry carefully and return the completed Entry Form to me.


We hope you will join in the success of our Exhibition and we look forward to seeing your art!


Yours sincerely, on behalf of FOWPC,

Jo Ware

Secretary FOWPC


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