Harrow Arts Centre becomes a hub of creative expression as the renowned Harrow Art Society (HAS) opens its highly anticipated exhibition today.
Established in 1934, the Harrow Art Society proudly holds the title of being the longest running art society in the region, and this year’s exhibition promises to be a celebration of artistic diversity and talent.
Located in the White Gallery and Elliott Hall Corridors, the exhibition invites visitors to immerse themselves in a vibrant showcase of approximately 150 captivating artworks.
Entry to the exhibition is completely free, making it accessible to art enthusiasts of all backgrounds and ages.
Harrow Art Society provides a platform for artists and creative individuals, regardless of their skill level or experience. From amateurs to seasoned professionals, the society welcomes all who possess a passion for art. This inclusive approach has fostered a thriving artistic community, resulting in an eclectic range of artworks on display.
The exhibition features a variety of artistic mediums, including painting, collage, mixed media, sculptures, and ceramics. With 30-40 society members participating, visitors can expect a diverse collection of styles, techniques, and themes.
Whether it’s abstract masterpieces, breathtaking landscapes, thought-provoking sculptures, or innovative mixed media creations, there will be something to captivate every art lover’s imagination.
One of the defining aspects of the Harrow Arts Society is its commitment to promoting art as an accessible form of expression. To further this objective, the exhibition offers visitors the opportunity to purchase artworks at affordable prices. This not only supports local artists but also provides a chance for art enthusiasts to acquire unique pieces for their personal collections.
The Harrow Art Society’s official website, www.harrow-art-society.co.uk, provides further information about the exhibition, including details about the featured artists and their works.
Additionally, art lovers can stay connected with the society’s activities and updates by following @harrow_art_society on Instagram.
The exhibition at Harrow Arts Centre will run for a limited time until this coming Friday 26 May.