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Rhonda Paisley opens Art Exhibition at Railway Street Church

An Art Exhibition and Sale of paintings by local artists was held in Railway Street Presbyterian Church Hall from Thursday11th to Saturday 13th May.  Rhonda Paisley, a well-known gifted artist whose paintings have been exhibited throughout Ireland and the USA, officially opened the exhibition at a Preview on Thursday night.  All money raised from this event will be used for the refurbishment of Railway Street Presbyterian Church, which is nearly 150 years old.

Rhonda Paisley and the Rev. Brian Gibson pictured with members of ‘Soul Mates’ who organised the Art Exhibition held in Railway Street Presbyterian Church Hall from Thursday 11th to Saturday 13th May.  L to R: (front row) Ruth Nelson, Karen Elliott, Rhonda Paisley and Sheila Jamieson.  (back row) The Rev Brian Gibson, Julie McConaghie, Janet McAteer, Louise Clarke, Hazel Wales and Pamela Woods.

Rhonda Paisley pictured with some of the many local artists whose paintings were on display at an Art Exhibition in Railway Street Presbyterian Church Hall from Thursday 11th to Saturday 13th May.  L to R:  (front row) Sally Scott, Rhonda Paisley, Alice Shaw and Grace Agnew.  (back row) Linda Skates, Richard Lutton, Tommy Yarr, Eileen Rodgers, Grace Hanna, Janet Coulter, Louise Clarke and Don Mitchell.

Rhonda Paisley shows her paintings ‘Lady in Red’ (left) and ‘The Free Ranger’ (right) to exhibition organisers Karen Elliott and Janet McAteer

The Rev Ken McConnell, a former member of Railway Street Presbyterian Church, now minister of Oldpark (second from the right) shows his painting entitled, ‘The Country Walk’ to L to R: Jean Murray, Margaret Coulter and Len Murray.