Visit to Compton Verney on Tuesday, April 17th 2018
Steve Bowkett and Arthur Parker are organizing a visit to Compton Verney, which is hosting the exhibition:
Eric Ravilious (1903 – 1942) is now recognised as one of the most important and popular British artists of the 20th century. This major new exhibition explores the influence of Ravilious and his circle and their remarkable impact on British art and design in the 1930s and 1940s.
Compton Verney has its own permanent collections, including the largest collection of British folk art in the UK. The house is set in beautiful parkland which also features several artworks. There is a café which promises “a delicious range of quick bites and hot seasonal dishes”. We intend simply to book tickets for museum entry rather than a guided tour, which will allow members to explore the various collections and park as they wish.
Plan of the Day
Depart Cardiff 8.30
Coffee stop at Stow-on-the-Wold
Arrive Compton Verney around 12noon
Depart c.4pm to arrive back in Cardiff c.7pm
Cost £30 to include travel and entry to Compton Verney
The visit is part of CASW’s mission to promote the visual arts; any profits are used solely for this purpose.
Please apply to Steve Bowkett by filling in the form below, to be returned by Friday 16th March.
Below is the link to the booking form.