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A Somerset Sketchbook Exhibition

stella murray whatley exhibition

Next Thursday, April 10th, Stella will be giving a talk about her life as an artist at CICIC, Paul Street in Taunton.. Some of you will have already seen her exhibition currently running at CICIC, and this is a great opportunity to hear about the background to her work and life as an artist. Stella will be illustrating her talk with other examples of her work by power point. 
If you haven’t already seen her exhibition this is a good opportunity to come and see it too.  The evening will begin at 6.00pm with an opportunity to look round the exhibition. Stella’s talk will begin at 6.30.
We look forward to seeing you, and please bring family and friends!

An exhibition of paintings celebrating the beauty of the everyday by local artist Stella Murray Whatley.
20 March – 17 April 2014.

  • Open 9.30 am – 12.30 midday and 5 – 7 pm Monday
  • 9.30 am – 12.30 midday Tuesday – Friday
  • Meet the artist every Saturday 10 am – 12.30 pm
  • Artists’ Talk 6.30 pm 10 April

Professional painter and printmaker, Stella Murray Whatley presents an exhibition of figurative and representational paintings, etchings, and drawings, including portraits.
A personal and affectionate view of the rich and varied images of the locality.
stella murray whately“As a professional painter and printmaker, I studied at London Colleges from a very early age, starting with Junior Art School, where we went about the serious business of becoming an artist. Being exposed to historical fine art, the painting, and particularly the drawing inspired and guided me. The Italian connection at home gave the idea that Art is a normally accepted ‘profession’. 
My interest is in communicating, in an accessible way, a shared pleasure and recognition of what the world offers us as visual ‘treats’.  
My drawings and paintings embrace the representational and figurative image, including portraiture which gives voice to, and serves to support, the feelings of others – a basic duty of the artist (whether in paint or photography). 
I hope to communicate the enjoyment of interest and beauty of the ‘everyday’.”

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