Haydn Jones Street Studio exhibition

“The Street is my Studio” exhibition celebrating the centenary of local artist J. Haydn Jones (1923-2023), has opened at Nantwich Museum.

It is being staged in the Community Gallery of the Pillory Street venue and will run until Saturday 11 November.

Nantwich provided a wealth of subjects for Haydn’s art, and for a time he was a familiar figure around the town working at his easel.

The exhibition features familiar scenes including an original watercolour of Church Lane, a black and white print of The Crown and a picture of Parrs Bank Building in The Square.

Also “Nantwich – Composite Drawing 1993”, donated to the museum and a valued part of its collection illustrating a number of classical buildings in the town.

Entry to the Museum and admission to all activities is free for children (a small charge for adults applies to some events).

Donations towards the running of the museum are always welcome.

For further information contact: Nantwich Museum on [email protected] or telephone 01270 627104.

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