After Ronald Swanwick’s successful exhibition at Berkeley Castle earlier in the year, the international wildlife artist is exhibiting again. This time the exhibition will be held at Frampton on Severn in The Old Wool Barn. The exhibition takes place from Sunday the 28th September to the 5th October, with the preview taking place on Saturday the 27th September.
The famous, grade 1 listed, 16th century wool barn hosts Ronald’s next exhibition where he will be showing a wide selection of work, both great and small from his large collection of birds and landscape paintings, including a number of new works. Ronald travels all over the country exhibiting at bird fairs and other specialist shows but says he always enjoys showing his work in his home county best. His work is in private collections in a number of countries around the world and he is currently working on an oil painting of moorhens for someone in New Zealand. Because the space is so big Ronald will be working on a very large piece, 8ft by 4ft, during the exhibition, which is destined to be hung in the main observatory at the Wildlife and Wetlands Trust centre at Welney, so why not come and see him at work. The exhibition will be open daily from 10.00 am to 6.00pm with a later opening on the 2nd October up to 8.00pm. The preview will be held on Saturday 27th September from 6.00 pm to 9.00pm and all are welcome. Please contact Ronald for an invitation on 07855 966564 or email [email protected] if you would like to attend the preview.