Posted: 17th October 2017
Two forthcoming exhibitions of local architectural street scenes in Eccleshall and Staffordshire this November.
Ronnie Cruwys has been drawing streets in and around Staffordshire for a few years now and she has just completed her ninth Eccleshall street drawing.
There will be a display of framed limited edition prints of all her Eccleshall drawings in Eccleshall Library, High Street, from 1-30 November. Ronnie is not only recording the buildings as an historical record of how they stand at present but she is also inviting people to comment with any of their own insights into the history of these buildings (who lived there, their former use etc) which she will add to her growing archive blog
Running at the same time will be an exhibition of limited edition prints of Ronnie’s Staffordshire streets including Burslem, Fenton, Keele and Newcastle on display in Gallery at 12, Eccleshall, four doors along from the library, throughout November.
Save the Date!
Ronnie will be having a welcome evening on Tuesday 7th November with refreshments at both the library and the Gallery. Local historian Jan Baker will be joining Ronnie in the evening 5- 6.30pm in the library and will be happy to chat to people about her own insights into the past lives and times of Eccleshall. Gallery at 12 is staying open late (7.45pm) and it will be a great opportunity to do a spot of Christmas shopping and enjoy a glass of wine ahead of the rush. So, start with tea/coffee in the library and see the Eccleshall streets and walk four doors down for a glass of wine and Staffordshire streets. All welcome!