Artists demonstrate skills at Ludlow Paint Jam

Artists demonstrate skills at Ludlow Paint Jam

Mike Flight works on his stencilled art in Castle Square. Pictures: Mark Bowen.

Sam Manley, organiser of Ludlow Paint Jam, with one of his creations.

Chris Bean of Aston Munslow with his painting.

South Shropshire artist Chris Bean at work.

Mike Flight working with spray paint.

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A LUDLOW Fringe Festival event offered a chance to see works of art created before the eyes of the public.

The Paint Jam event saw a number of artists working in different formats demonstrating their working methods in Castle Square.

Sam Manley, a professional illustrator who organised the event, learnt to cut stencils and use spray paint specifically for the event.

"I figured out what I want to achieve and built up what I want starting with the broadest shapes and building up to the widest detail," said Sam.

Artist Mike Flight travelled all the way from Tunbridge Wells to attend the event. He too worked with stencils and spray paint with his work spelling out the name Ludlow.

There was also an opportunity for members of the public to test out their own artistic abilities with a board available for them to work on.

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