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Limavady Art Group unveils their free winter gallery exhibition – a celebration of their creativity

Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre is pleased to announce an exciting new exhibition by members of the local Limavady Art Group.

Free to visit and on display until Saturday 6th January, visitors will find a gallery presentation which showcases the exceptional art of this talented group. 

The Winter Exhibition serves as a testament to the significant progress achieved by Limavady Art Group and shows their exceptional works of art, with visitors being offered the chance to purchase the pieces on display. 

The members of this artistic collaboration meet weekly in Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre, and have fostered an environment of mutual inspiration and learning manifested through art.

They have demonstrated a commitment to their artistic expression, as can be seen through the exhibition which showcases their approach through various mediums, scales, and themes.

Visitors can expect to witness a rich tapestry of creativity as the group showcases a fantastically diverse range of art that is also available to purchase, which would make an excellent and unique Christmas gift for any art lover. 

For more information on this exciting free exhibition, including gallery opening times visitRoevalleyarts.com or call 028 7776 60650.  

Attendees at the opening of Limavady Art Group’s Winter Exhibition at Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre.

Pictured at the opening of Limavady Art Group’s Winter Exhibition is, Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens, Councillor Steven Callaghan alongside Council staff member Billy Coyles and Louie Winward (class tutor). 

The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens, Councillor Steven Callaghan admires one of the pieces of art on display at Limavady Art Group’s Winter Exhibition at Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre.

Pictured at the opening of Limavady Art Group’s Winter Exhibition; Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens, Councillor Steven Callaghan alongside Council staff member Sharon Colhoun and artist Jim Holmes. 

The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens, Councillor Steven Callaghan pictured alongside members of Limavady Art Group and friends who attended the opening of their Winter Exhibition in Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre. 

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