BARA members exhibit art
MEMBERS of Bray Active Retirement Association will exhibit their art at Signal Arts Centre until Sunday January 13.
The association was founded in 1988 and provides a wide range of activities for its members.
One of its most popular activities is a weekly art class geared to develop each individual's particular interests along with the artistic skills to express them.
BARA artists have achieved national recog- nition over the years, as exemplified by Annette Reddan (prizewinner) and Patricia Fallon (special commendation) who both exhibited in the Golden Years Exhibition in Waterford in November.
The current exhibition in Signal provides the artists with an opportunity to showcase their work to the local community and is another step in their artistic development.
The show was officially opened last week by Peter Growney, a well known local artist.
Members of Bray Active Retirement Association at their art exhibiton at Signal Arts centre (from left): Margaret Kelly, Maeve Power, Annette Redden with her painting ‘Children Summer Beach Fishing’ which came 2nd in the All-Ireland Active Retirement Art Competition and Dee McRory.