AN art group is set to hold an exhibition after a long three-year absence.

The Dunmow Art Group is putting on an exhibition in April, after the Covid-19 pandemic forced a three-year hiatus.

Visitors can come and see the work of members of the art group, alongside refreshments and a raffle.

There will be a range of artworks for sale in a broad range of styles from original oil paintings, acrylics, and watercolours, to collages, mixed media, ceramics, prints and cards.

Dunmow Art Group has a long history of supporting artists and art lovers in Dunmow and the surrounding area and has a regular programme of weekly art meetings and monthly visiting artists and workshop.

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Dunmow Art Group also runs a programme of visits to art exhibitions, the most recent being a trip to the Royal Society of British Artists Annual Exhibition 2022 at the Mall Galleries in London with a personal tour from exhibiting artist Lewis Hazelwood-Horner.

Audrey McNeill, chair of the Dunmow Art Group said: “We had to cancel the 2020 and 2021 exhibitions due to Covid, so we are really excited that we can go ahead and show all the work we have been busy creating over the past couple of years.

“It’s set to be a really good exhibition.”

The exhibition is going to be held at the Foakes Hall in Great Dunmow, with a private viewing on the evening of April 22 from 6.30pm to 8.30pm.

This will be followed by an open day for the public, where entry is free, and visitors can come in to see the artwork from 10am until 4.30pm on April 23.

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