Art club annual exhibition pulls in the crowds

The opening of Falkirk & District Art Club annual exhibition with Provost Pat Reid, president Bob Macintosh and junior members. Picture: Michael Gillen
The opening of Falkirk & District Art Club annual exhibition with Provost Pat Reid, president Bob Macintosh and junior members. Picture: Michael Gillen

Visitors to Falkirk and District Art Club’s annual exhibition voted it another resounding success.

The display of work by amateur artists was officially opened by Provost Pat Reid, pictured here with club president Bob Macintosh and young members who were all presented with gifts from the club.

The exhibition was in the community hub in Falkirk’s Howgate Centre.

The eventual winners of the competition were: first Galyna Lee with Close to Mum, second Brian Sutherland’s Vilefrance Remembered and joint third winners, Alison Cruickshank with Freedom and Karen van de Graaf’s Purple Trees.

The club has been running for over 50 years having been formed in 1965 and the annual show has become an important date in the calendar when members can put their work on public display.