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The Annual Exhibition

Our main exhibition has traditionally been held in November, and since 1988 in the Memorial Hall, Lisvane. We have, however, ventured into December and occasionally into October. However, having had no Annual Exhibition since Dec 2018, the 2022 Exhibition will be held on 26th March 2022.

It is always a very informal and friendly exhibition where visitors can stay as long as they wish, and chat about the paintings (and anything else!) over a glass of wine or a cuppa.

Visitors all have the chance to vote for the painting that they like the best, for whatever reason. The artist who painted the winning painting is awarded the Ted Martin Memorial Trophy, held for one year.

Please click for a review of the exhibitions in 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018. Images of some of the paintings that were hanging in these exhibitions are found in the corresponding gallery, others have now been transferred to the appropriate Members’ Gallery or will be found elsewhere on this site.

(above) A happy scene at the 2011 exhibition.

The ‘Rolling’ Exhibition

When the hall was redecorated recently, all the fixing points were removed and the holes filled, so considerable effort is now required to replace these. In view of the difficulty of obtaining sufficient paintings, the low number of sales, and the time required to administer this exhibition, it has been decided not to rehang this exhibition.

The Festival Exhibition

As part of the Lisvane Festival celebrations, we also hold a small exhibition to coincide with the Lisvane Festival Fête. Please see the panel above for dates of the next exhibition. An impartial judge (as far as possible, a different judge each year - and usually a professional artist) is invited to choose a winning painting for the Sir Julian Hodge Festival Cup. Please click here for more details.

35th Annual Exhibition 2022

To be held in conjunction with The Tuesday Morning Ladies Group

Sat 26th March 2022 from 10 am to 9 pm

Lisvane Memorial Hall                Admission £2