Exhibition: Francis Terry Watercolours

Tuesday, 21 April 2020 - Thursday, 23 April 2020
The Art Workers' Guild


Please note that this exhibition has been postponed until further notice due to Government advice on the current Covid-19 Pandemic.



Bro. Francis Terry will be holding an exhibition of his watercolours, done in collaboration with Create Streets, from the Tuesday 21 to Thursday 23 April at the Art Workers' Guild.

Viewings will be available between 10.30am to 5pm on Tuesday 21 and Thursday 23 April and from 12pm to 5pm, then 6.30pm to 7.30pm on Wednesday 22 April. Please note booking is essential for the 6.30 – 7.30 session.

Create Streets is a social enterprise which encourages the building of traditional urban developments, with Francis using his design flair to bring their ideas to life. They have collaborated on many counter proposals, giving a voice to local residents who are often ignored by avaricious developers.  These include many important sites in London, such as:-  Mount Pleasant Sorting Office, Farringdon; The Gas Holders Site, Oval; Empress Place, Earls Court and others.

Recently they have been successful in helping to convince the owners of the Sutton Estate in Chelsea to refurbish the flats rather than demolish, providing at least 80 new social rented homes, upgrading the existing flats and improving the outdoor spaces.

All proceeds from sales of these watercolours are going to the charity Cure EB.

For further information, or to arrange a viewing, please email Leah on or call 01206 580528.

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