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Exhibition and Sale of Paintings by David Page
March 22 @ 12:30 pm - March 24 @ 9:00 pm
Exhibition and sale of paintings representing the last 15 years of David Page’s artwork, painted in his studio. David’s paintings include inspiration from his home in Yorkshire and his travels across the world. David developed his artistic talents late in life, completing two foundation courses before attending a two-year, full-time course in Portrait Painting at the Heatherley School of Fine Art in Chelsea. He paints in all media, covering landscapes, urbanscafes, still life, abstract and the natural world.
Over 120 works are to be exhibited, some for the very first time. David’s work hangs in the USA, Bermuda and the Republic of Ireland, across the UK, France, South Africa, Hong Kong and Australia – we are very fortunate to have this large body of work at St John’s.
David sings bass with Ripon Choral Society, is a Friend of Northern Aldorough Festival and, with his wife Rosemary, is a member of the congregation of St John’s, Sharow. The exhibition will include live music, refreshments and a silent auction. Hot soup and roll will be available from 12.30pm daily
Exhibition entry is £2.50 per afternoon (running from 12.30-5.30pm) or £5 per evening (from 6.30-9pm) including a free glass of wine.
2.00pm Piano duets: Chris Tunnard & Alasdair Jamieson
… an abundence of well known classical and romantic music
3.45pm Organ – John Colston
… Canon John, our resident organist and well known G&S baratone
plays his own choice of music
From 7.00/7.15pm Folk Music – Zeke Deighton
… traditional folk songs with guitar accompinent sung by this well known
local folk singer – a delight to listen to.
2.15pm Organ: Philip Wilby
… we are privileged to have Prof. Philip with us playing Bach and friends!
3.45pm Organ: Gordon Appleton
… beautiful music written for or arranged for the organ – it will be a treat
to listen to
From 7.00/7.15pm Piano: Jeremy Banyard
… music from the shows and easy listening – an abundance of genre, mood
and maybe the odd duet
1.00pm Piano: Myles Hartley (Bishop Helen-Ann’s husband)
… a musical kaleidescope featuring popular jazz, baroque and Gershwin music
3.00pm Piano: John Kiberd
… ‘a medley of well known melodies from stage and screen
From 7.00/7.15pm: Folk Music – Nick Brooker and Zeke Deighton
… traditional folk songs with guitar accompinent sung by these well known
local folk singers – they are a delight to listen to.
60% of art proceeds will be shared between Northern Aldborough Festival, Ripon Choral Society and St John’s Church.
Please note – paintings will be sold on a ‘first come /first served’ basis from 12.30pm Thurs 22nd March 2018