Former councillor first artist to exhibit at cafe in 2014

PICTURE THIS: Artist Brendan Webster hangs his paintings at Cafe Oasis

PICTURE THIS: Artist Brendan Webster hangs his paintings at Cafe Oasis

First published in News

WEYMOUTH artist Brendan Webster’s artwork is on view at Café Oasis, on the beachfront at Overcombe Corner, Preston.

Brendan has been exhibiting locally for a number of years following an international career and time serving the borough as a councillor variously holding roles for culture, tourism and the environment.

As an artist for over 20 years Brendan has been studying and practising painting and drawing and displaying internationally.

He is an active member of Artwey which is a community interest company comprising local, practising artists.

Ian Dyke from Artwey has agreed with Café Oasis to arrange a rotating programme of high quality exhibitions from its member.

Brendan is the first artist of 2014 and his work will be up during the month of January.

Artwey is very appreciative of Paul Cocks of Café Oasis for supporting local artists in this way.

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