Brunel’s Old Station just had another cracking event with the successful 2013 Affordable Art Fair.
The first visitors who got to the doors were able to pop in and enjoy a complimentary glass of wine and admire the ‘live art’ event hosted by artist JODY from the See No Evil Gallery.
One of the highlights of the event was a free origami exhibition, as well as the free screen printing workshops run by artist Simon Tozer.
At the Affordable Art Fair there was something for art lovers of all ages including a treasure hunt for children and a live swing band which especially wowed those of an older generation.
Of course the most appealing part of the whole event was the amount of affordable contemporary art which was on show to browse and buy.
Just some of the nice comments received via their Facebook page were as follows:
Isabel Rossiter – “Just left. Thank you it was amazing. Inspiring work!”
Nathan Pendlebury – “Would highly recommend Wet Paint Gallery (Tell them Nathan Pendlebury sent you)”
Mike Macdonald – “Wow…installation art at its best….”
Patsy Dixon – “Ah, always sad at the end if an AAF (that’s why we stay so long ha ha)”