03:00PM, Saturday 29 August 2015
Art lovers will once again have the chance to catch a glimpse of work produced by award-winning artists at the Windsor Contemporary Arts Fair in November.
A host of internationally-acclaimed artists will be appearing at this year’s event including the winner of BBC One’s The Big Painting Challenge, Paul Bell.
Pro Arte Award winner Lisa Traxler, wildlife photographer Tom Way and artist of the year for Artists and Illustrators magazinee Camilla Dowse have all confirmed their attendance at this year’s event.
Visitors will have the chance to quiz the artists about their work throughout the event.
Deborah James, Windsor Contemporary Art Fair co-founder, said: “Over the years we have been consistently selected by renowned artists to exhibit, who welcome the opportunity to showcase their work to a wider audience.”
The two day event, which is being held at Royal Windsor Racecourse, starts on Saturday, November 14.
Go to www.windsorcontemporaryartfair.co.uk for details.
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