Artist Sue Dewhurst has donated her original painting of The Station, plus the rights to 100 signed limited edition prints, in celebration of the Richmond venue’s tenth birthday.
The Station is this year celebrating ten years since it was renovated and reopened as a community hub.
The painting will be raffled off with money raised going towards improvements at the venue.
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Sue said: “I felt compelled to do something as an artist to mark The Station’s 10th birthday.
“The renovation was completed as I moved to the area and I had heard many things about The Station from my late father, who completed his National Service in Catterick and often spoke of his train journey from Lancashire.
“In the early days I was on the art panel, helping to select artists and hanging exhibitions with Red Dot and the various gallery managers. I had my first solo exhibition of this area here and feel I have generally ‘grown up’ as an artist within its walls.”
Sue is also The Shop at The Station‘s retail co-ordinator, as well as a regular exhibiting artist.
She next shows her work as part of With These Hands and Eyes, an exhibition a collective of local artists known as Arts Collective ‘Take 8’. More of Sue’s work can also be found at www.suedewhurst.co.uk
Tickets are available at The Station, ready to be drawn on the day of our tenth birthday, on 9th November 2017.
Prints are available to buy now from The Shop.