Sea Breeze gallery marks its 12th year with contest
Burnham-On-Sea art gallery and gift shop is celebrating its 12th
anniversary this week.
Breeze in Burnham's Victoria Street is marking the milestone with
a raffle to win several pieces of artwork.
Rhonda Mills says the gallery was primarily set up to provide an
outlet all year round for professional local artists and craftspeople
and now contains the work of around 60 people, ensuring that purchases
put money into the local economy.
a 'thank you' to their loyal customers Sea Breeze are running a
raffle in the gallery. The raffle's first prize is a piece of Tim
Duke's work, second prize is Judith Champion's lighthouse picture.
There is also a Facebook competition.
three of the artists have had their work displayed from the beginning
and have always been admired by the gallery and customers alike.
Both competitions close at 5.30pm on Saturday 2nd December.
told Burnham-on-Sea.com: "We are lucky to house such a wealth
of talent and thoroughly enjoy showing off the art we have in the
of our artists undertake commissions, or are happy to provide their
work in different formats e.g. on canvas or framed and in sizes
to meet customer need."
example, Tim Duke has recently produced for customers a large version
of "The Wall" in an oak frame and an 850mm square "Warm
Slumber". It is very gratifying for the family when they can
help their customers to enhance their homes and supply just the
artists use an amazing range of media. There is, for example, top
quality photography, textiles, ceramics, mosaics, glass, paintings
done in oils, acrylics, water colours, mixed media as well as stunning
artwork is supported by items, mainly from West Country suppliers,
or fair trade, where possible, to provide the range that customers
need to enable them to find a gift no matter what the occasion.