This colourful image of Burnham-On-Sea’s iconic beach lighthouse is among the art set to go on show at a new exhibition.

The design of Burnham’s iconic lighthouse was originally created by 92 year-old Lorraine Roxon and has since been digitised by artist Ken Church, who said there are plans to produce reproductions, probably as postcards.

The Chandos Society of Artists will be showing their work in the Arts Lounge at Burnham-On-Sea’s Princess Theatre from Tuesday 9th July until Sunday 4th August.

“Our art covers many genres and subjects and will appeal to a wide audience of art lovers,” adds Ken.

“There is an opportunity to meet the artists on Tuesday 9 July from 7 to 9pm at their launch reception.”

Work by members of the Society covers the whole spectrum of styles and subjects which includes painting, sculpture, fabric and ceramics. New members are welcome.

The society encourages the practice and appreciation of the visual arts for all artists throughout Somerset with its programme of exhibitions, lectures and other events.

The Chandos Society of Artists was founded in 1961 and is based in Bridgwater.

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