Still time to sneak a peep at PAC exhibition

PEEP, the resident summer exhibition showcasing the work of the Portrush Artists Collective (PAC) and hosted by Distillers Arms , Bushmills is still on view and runs until next Monday.

Uniquely the exhibition hosted a prize draw to give art away with the winners receiving a print of their choice of painting from 'Peep' 2010.

Gary Stewart, Distillers Arms proprietor, conducted the free draw and the winners Jennifer Pinkerton, Andrew McIlhagga and Patricia Welch were delighted to be notified of their signed prints.

They were not the only winners on the day as Anne Michael also donated a print of her painting 'Sir Samuel Kelly' lifeboat to the RNLI to help raise funds for the charity.

The exhibition was highlighted in the September issue of Glamour magazine alongside Distillers Arms as a destination well worth a visit whilst the Collective was thrilled to have in attendance acclaimed Irish artist Michael McGuiness.

Trevor Currie from PAC, said: "It's rewarding when an artist of Michael McGuiness's standing shows support to another generation of Irish artists."

Anyone wishing to attend the preview of the next ‘Peep’ exhibition hosted by Flowerfield Art Centre, Portstewart in February 2011 should contact Anne Michael through her website.