Spectrum65 Art Exhibition is a picture of success

The highly successful Spectrum65 Art Group exhibition held on 17th and 18th November at 65 High Street Nailsea attracted over 250 visitors who highly praised the standard of work on display. Alongside the exhibition was a beautiful display of artwork created by members of Artful Minds, a group that aims to inspire people with dementia and their care-partners, through artistic stimulation.

The Spectrum65 art group, who set up and managed the exhibition is made up of Nailsea residents who meet up on a Wednesday morning at 65 High Street and drink tea, coffee and eat cake and do a bit of painting and escape reality for a while. New members are welcome. If you are interested in joining the group please drop in on a Wednesday as the group meet every Wednesday 10am to 12.15pm, speak to Trudy Hollow in the office at 65 High St, or contact Jeff on 07399 457 211.

Trudy Hollow who manages No 65 High Street says ‘The Spectrum65 Art Group worked really hard to set up a fantastic Art Exhibition in No 65, High Street. The standard of the exhibits was truly wonderful and we were so proud to be able to display the work of the talented artists of Nailsea. Please pop into No 65, High Street when you get a minute to see what we offer, we are really proud of our work in Nailsea and would love to meet you.‘

She continued ‘65 High Street is a place connecting people and an informal drop-in venue run by Nailsea Town Council for anyone wanting advice and support. It’s widely used by a variety of local groups and services with a focus on community wellbeing. To find more about the services provided by 65 please contact me at trudy@nailseatowncouncil.gov.uk The list of current services is shown on our website https://www.nailseatown.com/65-high-street/ and includes Citizen’s Advice North Somerset, Nailsea Disability Initiative, Women of Colour Social Group, Climate Cafe, Youth Club (Juniors) and The Hive Business Support drop-in to name a few of the many services and drop in events we support.’