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The Visual Art Network (VAN) Charity 1087383 is run by our volunteer members.

Promote your work, exhibitions, workshops and events here to a wider audience. We are a growing network of ambitious, enthusiastic and creative people all with an interest in visual arts. 

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ELSEWHERE

19 Sep 2016 - 2 Oct 2016

Elsewhere is an exhibition of artwork by Shropshire based artists Emily Wilkinson and Sam Brett-Atkin. Through interpreting personal experiences of place, the works promise to take you, as the title implies,... Read more

Language of Art

4 Oct 2016 - 29 Oct 2016

VAN Gallery exhibition, Market Hall, Shrewsbury, presented by Art International Group. Celebrating new cultural alliances between UK and Russian artists from the Group. Private View Sat 8 Oct 12 - 3pm Read more

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Showcase Exhibitor

Jeweller Liz Simmons, from Ironbridge, Shropshire is welcomed as one of our newest exhibitors in the VAN Gallery Shrewsbury, Members' Showcase.  She was awarded the ‘Welsh Artist of the Year 2012 Applied arts category’ for a sand cast sterling silver twig spoon with a hand wrought bowl. More original spoons can be viewed in the gallery as well as her jewellery range, which includes rings, earrings, and necklaces.

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Pauline Furnival

Born in Manchester, Pauline has recently returned to the UK after spending many years in Portugal and Brasil, where she had successfully exhibited her work. She currently lives in North Shropshire.   Many of her paintings are abstract and  inspired by natural rock, granites and marble.  She has recently experimented with high gloss resin finishes, that add an appealing reflective quality.

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Solo Success

Congratulations to Stephen Law for his hugely successful  solo exhibition 'Versatility' at the VAN Gallery, Market Hall Shrewsbury.  It attracted many new visitors to the Gallery and many of the works were sold.   Exhibitions coordinator Sheila Walthew was delighted with the response.

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