Royal Cambrian Academy painting marathon at Conwy Quay

Thursday 5 August 2010, 13:55

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Six Welsh artists are taking part in a painting marathon at Conwy Quay next weekend to raise funds for the Royal Cambrian Academy's education programme.

The artists will each paint and draw at the quayside on Saturday 14 August for an hour, and will then donate their art work to the RCA. The works will be exhibited at the academy's gallery until 13 September, after which the pieces will be auctioned.

Artists Maurice Cockrill and Karel Lek will work for an hour each in the morning, starting from 10am. While Jeremy Yates, David Lloyd Griffith, Daisy Wyn Griffith and Eleri Jones are all set to take part in the afternoon.

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