Concentrating exclusively on Watercolour, Graham Hadlow has lived and worked in Pembrokeshire since 1970 finding Wales a rich source of inspiration for his paintings. His watercolours have been exhibited in numerous galleries nation wide, including several one man shows. Graham also teaches at workshop classes and art society demonstrations. This year he has an exhibition at Tenby Museum from the 30th August to 6th October.
Graham will give a demonstration of the techniques of his subtle and difficult art. He is also donating one of his lovely paintings of a local scene for our Festival Raffle. Tickets are just £1. And here it is “Summer in Tenby Harbour.”
2pm – 3pm
A talk by George Hancock
George has been a regular speaker at the festival for several years now and always seems to find very enticing subjects. I have a feeling that this one might prove to be even more popular than last year’s talk on wine. He is an excellent speaker combining extensive knowledge of his subject with a great deal of humour. No doubt he will include this portrait, the Rokeby Venus, one of the most famous nudes of all time.
4pm – 5pm
Tenby Male Choir
Representing the great Welsh tradition of male choirs, Tenby’s own choir is a permanent feature of the festival. Every year they delight their audiences of local people as well as tourists with their wonderful music and beautiful voices.
St Marys Church
8pm – 9.30pm
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