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Minard Village Hall will soon be the location of a intriguing art exhibition, showcasing the work of members of the Argyll Fyne Art Group.
The exhibition will take place this weekend, May 12 and Sunday May 13.
The art group received a £500 micro grant from the A’ Chruach Community Fund earlier this year.
The grant funded three tutor lead sessions, with the two day exhibition being held in acknowledgment of the grant, and in support of the village hall.
Argyll Fyne Art Group meets every second Wednesday from 10am to 4pm to practice a variety of techniques.
The group invites different tutors to give expert advice during each season. Newcomers, with or without previous experience, are welcome to join members who work in water colour, acrylic, pastel, pen and ink and coloured pencils and in a variety of styles including landscape, abstract, still life and portraiture.
If you are interested in joining this friendly group please contact Ann Dodd on 01546 886680.
A spokesperson for the Community Trust Fund said: ‘We are very keen to encourage more activities in our area, and Minard Village Hall offers good facilities and parking at a very reasonable cost.’
Admission to the exhibition is free, and it will be open between 10am and 4pm both days.