Time Travelling – an Exhibition of  Lydiard themed Art by Billy Beaumont

Date: 21st - 29th September

Time: 11am - 3pm

Venue: The Coach House, Lydiard Park

Free Admission: Lydiard Park and St. Mary’s Church have inspired Billy’s work over many years and he continues to create a wide range of paintings and other art forms that capture the history and mystery of its rich heritage.

This year, The Friends of Lydiard Park are supporting Swindon Open Studios with a specially themed exhibition of work by local fine artist Billy Beaumont. Lydiard Park and St. Mary’s Church have inspired Billy’s work over many years and he continues to create a wide range of paintings and other art forms that capture the history and mystery of its rich heritage.

Lydiard House Picasso Style by Billy Beamont

Billy is not above having a little fun, producing reproduction paintings of recognisable Old Masters in which you can discover a Lydiard reference. Don’t miss his take on Monet, Picasso and Seurat!  Billy will also be showing a historical view of Lydiard Park through the ages, including a stunning recreation of Lydiard House in the 17th Century.

Perhaps most startling of all is a collection of time travel pieces of medieval life around St. Mary’s Church in the form of direct plaster casts of hidden features in the church which Billy was able to make during the St. Mary’s Church Conservation Project.

The Lydiard Tregoze Dragon (or is it a wolf?) by Billy Beaumont.

The free exhibition will be open daily between 11am and 3pm between the 21st and 29th September. There will be an opportunity to purchase artworks from Billy Beaumont who will be on site and available to chat to visitors on both weekends.

 Members of The Friends of Lydiard Park will receive an invitation to a private view