Exhibition at The Weir Bar and Restaurant

Paintings and Pints available in refurbished pub

Sharon Walters, an artist living in Acton, currently hosts the first art show at the newly refurbished Weir Bar and Restaurant in Brentford. The Weir Bar and Dining Room (formally The White Horse) offers all day dining, complemented by a wide-ranging wine list and a selection of real ales, beers and lagers.

All of the acrylic paintings in the exhibition are abstract pieces inspired by the colours of her mother's homeland of Barbados. The conservatory dining room offers the perfect setting for the work in comfortable, relaxed surroundings.

The artist is a student at St Martins College of Art and Design where she recently received a Distinction in a Fine Art Foundation degree. Sharon has already received an unconditional offer for a place on the Painting degree course starting in October.


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Sharon teaches Citizenship to post 16 year olds in Camden and has incorporated her talent into her work. She is currently working on a cultural diversity art project where the young people are painting directly onto a donated car. As part of Arts Week, this dedicated artist also ran a workshop at St.Anselms in Southall which was her old primary school. Sharon also ran a workshop at Brentside High School in Greenford. Sharon currently has work on show at The Barbados High Commission on Great Russell Street and The Trackside Gallery on East Churchfield Road in Acton.

The show at the Weir Bar and Restaurant will run until mid August at 22-24 Market PlaceBrentford, Middlesex TW8 8EQ. Mon - Sat 12noon - 11.00pm Sun - 12noon - 10.30pm


10 July 2004

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