Paintings of town's future
LOCAL artist and musician Mark Kelly is exhibiting at the Quirqué Exhibition Room, in Glastonbury, until the end of August.
Mark's work depicts Glastonbury from many different angles with views of the past, present and future.
Focusing on the town's iconic landmarks and colourful characters he has a unique style and eye for detail bringing together unexpected strands of life into each individual painting.
In this exhibition there are interpretations of the town when the abbey was still intact, a possible future view of Glastonbury by the Sea and views of the landscape as it is.
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The exhibition room can be found at the Abbey Mews Arcade at the top end of Glastonbury High Street and is open from 11am to 4pm Tuesday to Saturday and 1pm to 4pm on Sunday.