Axminster Art Society welcomed watercolourist Lynda Kettle

PUBLISHED: 09:02 15 November 2016 | UPDATED: 09:15 16 November 2016

Lynda Kettle with her finished picture

Lynda Kettle with her finished picture

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Some 35 members of The Axminster Art Society welcomed watercolourist Lynda Kettle, stepping in at the last minute to replace Bron Jones, unable to appear due to personal circumstances.

A former production set designer for the BBC, Lynda was always involved with art or theatre design. She moved to Tipton St John last year and has a studio in Sidmouth, where she paints, teaches and takes commissions.

“Watercolours are the most difficult of all media,” she told members but, hopefully, her demonstration would address some of the problems.

The hand-in day for the society’s exhibition in The AppleTree Gallery is Monday, November 28, between 1.30pm and 2.30pm.


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