Railway nostalgia in water colour

PUBLISHED: 11:49 20 February 2008 | UPDATED: 21:32 15 June 2010

PAUL Howard will create images of railway nostalgia using water colour pencils at Honiton Leisure Painters' next meeting. Mr Howard is guest demonstrator during the painters' March get-together, taking place at the Royal British Legion from 10am to 12.30p

PAUL Howard will create images of railway nostalgia using water colour pencils at Honiton Leisure Painters' next meeting.Mr Howard is guest demonstrator during the painters' March get-together, taking place at the Royal British Legion from 10am to 12.30pm on the first Saturday in the month.Visitors are welcome to attend the meeting for an entry fee of £2.Sheila Horn is a founder member of Honiton Leisure Painters and she is keen to see more people join."We always meet on the first Saturday of the month at the Royal British Legion in Honiton," she said."Members bring their own things to do for the first half of the meeting. After coffee, we have a very friendly discussion about the work we produce."Each month, members are given a subject. The March theme is the garden shed."Honiton Leisure Painters' annual exhibition will be staged in the Mackarness Hall on June 21.Doors will be open from 10am to 4pm, and attractions will include the usual cake stall.All items on display will be for sale.


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