This year as part of the exhibition, there will be a display entitled “HOPE” where each artist has contributed a painting reflecting their own interpretation of hope. The paintings are all for sale and range from a bowl of cherries to a portrait of a baby and a picture of a nude woman on the bathroom scales peering optimistically at her weight. There are depictions of nature – beautiful flowers, birds singing and scenes of fishing – as well as images on global themes of peace, saving wildlife and climate change.
As well as the Hope project, there are many other paintings for sale at affordable prices: landscapes, seascapes, local views, portraits, buildings, flowers, animals and much more.
Local crafts are on sale with many ideas for Christmas gifts, including cards, jewellery, scarves, cushions, wooden items, ceramics, fused glass and mosaics and ragdolls.
A superb café will be selling tea, quality coffee and delicious homemade cakes.
This popular annual event aims to raise money for The Rainbow Centre (www.rainbow.org)
Details of the Fair: Organiser Clare Selerie (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Saturday 18th November, 10:30am – 4pm
St Faith’s Parish Centre, Victoria Square, Lee-on-the-Solent, PO13 9NF