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Exhibition & Events

2009:-Fully organising Exhibition of patriotic art at the Masonic lodges North East. 2010:-Facilitating and fully organising The Great North Arts and Culture Show 2011 1st Exhibition Greenfield Gallery 2012 Exhibition at Beades world. 2014 WW1 1914-1918 painting tour unveiling via the sage Gateshead Aycliffe WW1 events the Church exhibited 4 months the painting up to and as part of remembrance day. 1915 The Station Richmond WW1 1914-1918 Exhibition. 1916 St Claires Church Rememberance Exhibition. John Palliser Patriot Art presents a collection of patriotic,symbolic and contemporary paintings Art wrapped in the union Flag , focusing on the centenary of the end of WW1 and featuring the painting 1914-1918 which has been exhibited around the North East and as a further tribute to all British people who through out our history from the crusades to modern conflicts that have worked, fought and fallen in the defence and freedom of this Great Nation. On a lighter note there is a further retrospective collection of traditional landscapes and modern contemporary works to suit a wide range of tastes. As this is the 10th anniversary of the forming of Patriot if you are a collector or looking to invest in your first original art work.

GREAT NORTH ART & CULTURE SHOW

 

The Mayor of Stockton Annual Charity Dinner Dance 2013

British Heritage Art was invited to hold an exclusive private exhibition in the VIP room at The Mayor of Stockton. Palliser Melanie and John were invited as guest’s of the Mayor of Stockton on Tees Councillor Lynn Apedaile charity dinner dance at the Wynyard Rooms on the 8th March John was honoured to exhibit at such a prestigious event. It was a fantastic night and every one had a great time, and from what we saw a lot of money was raised for charity. Mayors charity dinner Patriot Art was invited to hold an exclusive private exhibition in the VIP room at The Mayor of Stockton Annual Charity Dinner Dance on Friday the 8th March 2013. Held at the Wynyard Rooms, Stockton on Tees. The comments John received about the paintings exhibited were inspiring and informative everyone enjoyed and understood it. A donated limited edition print “Fuelling the fight” raised £150 at the Charity auction. Melanie and John Palliser would like to thank The Mayor Councillor Lynn Apedaile for a fantastic evening as her guest’s, and hope that a substantial amount of money was raised for her chosen charities. Everyone had a wonderful evening even if our heads were a little muzzy in the morning.

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