Jack Russell sketch on show

September 02 2016

THIS sketch of Frenchay Park House by the former England cricketer turned artist Jack Russell is on display at Frenchay Village Museum.

Frenchay

THIS sketch of Frenchay Park House by the  former England cricketer turned artist Jack Russell is on display at Frenchay Village  Museum.

It is one of a collection of paintings and drawings, many of which are not normally on show.

The exhibition also includes paintings by the marine artist Peter Stuckey, who was born in Frenchay. There are some local scenes by Tom Burrough, an architect and member of the Bristol Savages, who lived most of his adult life in the Old House, and some of Lizzie Tuckett’s sketches.

Frenchay Village Museum is on the junction of Frenchay Park Road and Begbrook Park, just inside the old hospital grounds. It’s open Wed. 1-4pm and Sat. and Sun. 2-5pm. Entry is free.