Art Sale



6-7 October 2018 

In St. Mary’s Church, Elsenham 


You may not know it, but we have a lot of talent in our village and surrounding area, and this will be amply demonstrated during this art sale.

We have invited local artists to come and display their skills in a display in St. Mary’s Church and all of the exhibits will be available for sale. A donation of 20% from the sale of each work of art will go to the Fabric Fund, to help maintain your historic Church in the village. The sale will be open from 10.30am to 5pm on each day of the weekend and entry is free.

A special message to all who have recently moved into our village: welcome, and come along to find just the thing to fit onto that wall in your new house!

Artistic skills are not the only ones that will be on display. The ladies in the Fabric Fund excel in baking and catering and we will have superb refreshments (cream teas anyone?) available over the weekend. 





Who can exhibit? 

We are inviting local artists to take part in an exhibition of art for sale. Pictures can be framed or unframed, but must be original and not prints. 

Up to 5 originals may be submitted. 

There is no hanging fee, or entrance fee, but 20% of any sales will be donated to St. Mary’s Church Fabric Fund, Charity no. 1052884

When and where? 

The exhibition will be in St Mary’s Church, Elsenham. 

Open from 10.30am – 5.00pm on each day. 

Refreshments will be served. 


Pictures must be submitted on Friday 5 October between 4.30- 5.30pm and must be collected on Sunday 7 October between 5.00-5.30pm or on Monday 8 October between l0.00-11.00am. 

What do I need to do? 

We would like to know if you are interested and how many paintings you might like to exhibit? We will be asking for a definite commitment by the end of August. 

Please do consider taking part in this exhibition, whether you are an accomplished artist or just starting out. It will be great fun to see everyone’s work together. And who knows, you might sell something too! 


To let us know that you’re interested or for more information contact Elaine Atchison: