Autumn Exhibition 2014:
The Bill Bartrop Trophy, for the favourite painting in the autumn exhibition 2014, is presented to Bernadette Neale by Chairman Ian Miller.
Our tree in St Michael's Church, Highworth - decorated with small paintings for sale to raise funds for charity
Spring Exhibition 2015:
Highworth Artists Society
President Bill Williams presents a prize for the favourite painting on preview night to Ray Hague
Autumn Exhibition 2015:
Bernadette Neale wins the Bill Bartrop Trophy again in the autumn exhibition 2015 for her painting "Con Cop".
Spring Exhibition 2016:
Favourite painting on Preview Night - "Ginger", a pastel painting by Ann March
Autumn Exhibition 2016:
Frank James accepting the Bill Bartrop Trophy for his winning entry "The Lady in Red"
Spring Exhibition 2017:
Favourite painting on Preview Night -
"Citron" a pastel painting by Lou Thompson
Autumn Exhibition 2018:
Paul Newton-Smith opened the exhibition. Paul was Highworth Citizen of the Year in 2015 and is himself an Artist
Luke Richardson won the Bill Bartrop Trophy for his painting "Blue Peace" voted favourite painting on Preview Night
Spring Exhibition 2019:
Mayor Julia Bishop opened the exhibition, shown here with Acting Chairperson Wendy Fouracre
Luke Richardson won the Spring Rose Bowl Trophy for his painting "Mushrooms"
Catherine Pier won the vote for the favourite painting of the week with her painting "Watching the lambs at Stanton Park"
Autumn Exhibition 2019:
Bill Bartrop Trophy being presented to
Justin Tomlinson, MP for North Swindon, opened the Exhibition. Seen here with Wendy Fouracre, Chair Person and Pam Hague, Secretary.
Paintings of Hilary Sinclair and Bernadette Neale were voted as favourite of visitors to the Preview
Artists Presentation to Highworth Town Council
Anne Lynch and her painting of Donegal was voted the favourite painting of the week by visitors.
Highworth Artists Society is celebrating 50 years of activities in the town and recently made a presentation of a large collage painting to Highworth Town Council. At the ceremony in the Council Offices the Mayor Cllr Mrs Julia Bishop received the painting from Wendy Fouracre – Chairperson of HAS. Others present were Cllrs Julie Murphy, Keith Smith and Lyn Vardy with Town Clerk David Lane together with Pam Hague- Secretary of HAS.
The photo shows the presentation that took place on Tuesday 3rd March during HAS weekly “paint-in” in the Community Room at the Council Offices.
The painting - created from the work of 16 current members, will hang in the Council Chamber alongside other artwork by early members of the society and other Highworthians.
Spring Exhibition 2022:
Christine Purdy who won the Spring Rose Bowl for the favourite
painting of visitors to our exhibition on the first Saturday, 23 April 2022. Her painting was titled ‘Hopeful cat
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