Ramparts

Ramparts is a local group of artists in Rampton

  • Ramparts Exhibition 2016 - 10 September, 2016
    Ramparts held its 11th exhibition over the weekend of 16/17th July and we were delighted with the standard of work and the support of all those who came to see it. Local councillor Linda Harford awarded the May Rainey Memorial prize to Chris Dickinson for Abstract. In the “Win a picture” draw Audrey Neal won … Continue reading "Ramparts Exhibition 2016"
  • Ramparts Exhibition - 24 July, 2016
    Ramparts held its 11th exhibition over the weekend of 16/17th July and we were delighted with the standard of work and the support of all those who came to see it. Local councillor Linda Harford awarded the May Rainey Memorial prize to Chris Dickinson for Abstract. In the “Win a picture” draw Audrey Neal won The River by Janet Stockley and Margie … Continue reading "Ramparts Exhibition"
  • Bus trip to The Royal Academy - 16 July, 2016
    The art group are planning a trip to the Royal Academy on the 9th August. We will have some spare seats in the bus if anybody is interested please phone Sylvia on 252043. The bus fare is £20 return, we will probably book a group ticket for the Summer Exhibition if you wish to be … Continue reading "Bus trip to The Royal Academy"
  • Annual Parish Meeting – Ramparts Report 2016 - 30 April, 2016
    Please come to the Opening Evening of our annual Art Exhibition on Friday 15th July, 6pm – 8pm and see for yourself the great artworks produced during the year. If you can’t make it, the exhibition continues over the weekend with cards and prints to buy (the coffee and cakes are good too!) Profits to a local village … Continue reading "Annual Parish Meeting – Ramparts Report 2016"
  • Ramparts 2015: A critique by Watersmeet - 7 September, 2015
    It was widely known that this show was the 10th anniversary. So would it be tempted to be a retrospective? Not at all – and rightly so! Apart from a small section, it concentrated on the current year thoughts and works of its group of artists. A surprising feature of these exhibitions has been that … Continue reading "Ramparts 2015: A critique by Watersmeet"

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