Sally Green Exhibition Officially Opens

Posted by Tenby Museum on Nov 11, 2018 Blog No Comments

Yesterday (Saturday 10 November) saw family, friends and art lovers congregate at the museum for the official opening of the new exhibition Moments and Time Enough by Haverfordwest based artist Sally Green.

Museum Curator Mark Lewis, who organised the show, introduced the exhibition by saying “Sally’s use of vibrant colours will brighten any dreary rainy November day” before handing over to Barry John MBE, who has worked closely with Sally over a number of years at the community based arts centre The VC Gallery in Haverfordwest, to officially open the show.  Barry praised Sally as a person and as an exceptionally gifted and creative artist.  He spoke about her amazing use of colours and expressed pride in her work and in the overall exhibition.

Sally describes herself as an “abstract impressionist” artist who takes inspiration from the natural world and her own personal journey.  The sales exhibition features over thirty works of vivd colour and imagination.  The works can be seen on the museum Art For Sale page.

The show runs until Friday 21 December.

Barry John MBE, Mark Lewis and artist Sally Green

Chloe Ashton-Milton (Events Co-ordinator), Barry John MBE, artist Sally Green and museum Curator Mark Lewis