Dozens of artists will showcase their work at The Station over the coming weeks.
This year’s Spot on the Wall exhibition at the Richmond venue sees more than 60 amateur and professional painters, photographers and sculptors come together to fill the walls and cabinets of the old station building with an extensive collection of works, all of which are for sale.
“This exhibition is so special as it brings together such a huge range of talented artists,” said communications coordinator Jemma Gregory.
“Whether this is their first exhibition, or they have been exhibiting for years, as a profession or a hobby, they sit side by side on the walls of our beautiful building.”
Each time a piece of art is sold from the artist’s spot, they replace it with another.
“This is great for the artist, as there are virtually unlimited opportunities for sales,” added Jemma.
“It is also great for visitors, as the exhibition looks different every time.”
A Spot on the Wall runs from January 25 to February 26.
With art exhibitions, 3D art shop, café bar and three-screen cinema, plus independent food and drink producers, there is plenty more happening at The Station this year.
Some of the forthcoming events include:
- February 25: Pancake tea, £3.50, including a selection of toppings, 4-7pm.
- March 28: Casino night, £25, including buffet, desserts, £100 of fun money, 7.30pm.
- May 9: Only Fools at Fawlty Towers comedy dining evening, £37.50, including a three-course meal, 7pm.
Booking for all the above on 01748 825967.
Regular events include:
- First Wednesday of every month: late-night shopping and treats at The Shop, 5-9pm, free entry.
- First Monday of every month: Meat-free Monday at The Station Café Bar, £13.50 for two courses, £17 for three, 5-9pm.
- Third Saturday of every month: Steak night at The Station Café Bar, £16.50, including a drink, 5-9pm.
- Every Friday: Fish and chip Fridays at The Station Café Bar, £9.95 or £5.95 for under-11s, noon-3pm and 5-9pm.