Art and Exhibitions

Coventry Evening Telegraph (England), March 16, 2001 | Go to article overview
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Art and Exhibitions

Byline: Lucy Bell

Artists show variety

PAINTINGS, sculptures and ceramics by members of the Coventry and Warwickshire Society of Artists go on show from Tuesday for nine days.

A total of 55 exhibits, mainly in oils and watercolours, can be seen at the Jane Powell studio in Kenilworth.

The exhibition also includes a number of ceramics by Pat Freeman and Leonie Perry, and an abstract relief panel based on Greek temples by Ralph Brassett, from Coventry.

Soulla's debut is full of colour

VIBRANT colours, flowers and huge enthusiasm greet you at a new exhibition in Coventry by Soulla Psomas.

This is Soulla's first exhibition and is being staged at the Phoenix Gallery in Spon Street.

Soulla, aged 32, is from Chapelfields. She has been painting seriously for about three years - although she has always loved painting and drawing.

"I love colour and like to try out different things and experiment," said Soulla. "I try all sorts of media - including pastel and charcoal - but I especially like acrylic.

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