A case of double Vision for the deputy mayor

Councillor Atiqul Hoque, deputy mayor of Salisbury opened the latest exhibition at Fisherton Mill entitled ‘Double Vision’ recently.

Featuring photographs and kiln formed/cast glass sculpture by local artists David Walker, Scarlet Leatham and Geraldine McLoughlin, the works will be on show in the Main Gallery until 11 March during normal opening hours Monday – Saturday.
Pictured here with the three artists, councillor Hoque said: “I thoroughly enjoyed the evening and looking at the vibrant and colourful art on display.
“I was also amazed to find that one of the photographs on show was taken just around the corner from where I lived in London which made the event especially personal.”
The three artists are members of Plain Arts Salisbury and have all exhibited locally in the past but this is the first time they have presented works together.

David Walker said: “Fisherton Mill is such a great venue in the heart of Salisbury, and as a group we are excited
to have the opportunity to work with the team here and hopefully we may be invited back!”
During the course of the exhibition there will be ‘Meet the Artist’ days as follows: Saturday, 18th February – Scarlet Leatham, Saturday, 25th February – Geraldine McLoughlin and Saturday, 4th March – David Walker from 11am to 4pm on each day.

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