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World-Renowned Artist Displays Work At Malpas Pub In One-Time Exhibition

2nd October 2021 @ 7:07am – by Webteam
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World-Renowned Artist Displays Work At Malpas Pub In One-Time Exhibition


Award-winning artist Sarah Webb will be displaying her artwork in an exclusive exhibition at the Lion at Malpas on Friday 15th and Saturday 16th October.


Sarah Webb is an artist specialising in fine art that uses minimal palettes.
With a large following in both the UK and internationally, with some attendees even flying from overseas to the event, the event is sure to be an unmissable one.
Her new work is a collection created uniquely for Cheshire, focusing on racing, shooting, hunting and field sports, in keeping with Cheshire’s rich history of rural traditions.


The VIP exhibition on Friday will be an invite-only event, whilst Saturday’s showing is open to the public.
The event take place in The Lion’s Brereton Suite, a self-contained room perfect for events, shows, business dinners and more.
One of Webb’s original oil on canvas pieces, ‘Sheep on Snowy Wolds,’ valued at £1,850, is currently being offered as a prize in a raffle draw at The Lion, with all proceeds going to Tarporley War Memorial Hospital.
Tickets are £5 each.


Woody Barlow, Director of Bear Inns, operators of The Lion at Malpas, says: “We’re very excited to welcome locals and visitors alike for this exciting event.
Regulars will know some of Sarah’s work is already on display in the Lion as we have been fans of hers for a long time.
We’re privileged to be able to welcome her in person and look forward to seeing the new collection.”


Sarah Webb comments: “I’ve been working on a new collection of for Cheshire and can’t wait to share the pieces with attendees.
There is a very knowledgeable and appreciative artistic community in Cheshire and I looking forward to meeting guests and discussing the paintings or answering any questions they may have.”


The exhibition is open to the public on Saturday, with no need to book tickets beforehand.

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