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John Webb

In the 1960s John Webb did some truly historic paintings of Swindon’s Railway Workshops, which are now on display near to where they were painted! At the time he was a gifted art student at Swindon Art School, after which he continued his studies at Birmingham School of Arts & Crafts. John died last year. His art is exhibited by colleague Trevor Hancock, to whom he left it. 

John mostly worked in watercolours, with some pen & ink and oils. His paintings depict the countryside, buildings, coast, and railways. Greetings cards and prints of John's work are available. John's ceramics of birds with flowers etc., also vases and bowls, will be on show. You can take an unpainted ceramic to paint!

John Webb - two birds on branch with foliage and fruit
39 Ipswich Street, Swindon SN2 1DB

Open 16, 17, 23 and 24 September 11am to 5pm

Extra dates Wed-Thu 20-21 September, 11am - 5pm. Other days by appointment.

Parking can be very limited. Refreshments available.

t: 07544 259733
e: trhancock@tiscali.co.uk
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