A spring celebration of animal art is returning to Frodsham this April.

The annual stunning exhibition from the Association of Animal Artists (AAA) will feature some of the best in the country and is coming to the Castle Park Arts Centre for the fifth year.

With work featuring all kinds of animals, whether of the air, land or water, wild or domestic, and in any medium or style, there is ‘something for everyone’.

The showcase promises to be bigger than ever and runs at Castle Park from April 8 until May 15.

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An AAA spokeswoman said: “The association is a national organisation well known for its dynamic and stimulating exhibitions.

“Outstanding examples of animal art from internationally known, award-winning professionals, to talented amateur artist with an abiding passion for art and animals of all kinds will be on show.

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“Visitors have the chance to view and purchase works which will not only beautifully enhance their homes but help raise valuable funds for the AAA’s animal charity partner, Freshfields Animal Rescue.”

Freshfields Animal Rescue provides sanctuary and relief to animals in need.

Supremacy by Wendy Corbett is just one of the pieces which will be featured at the Castle Park Arts Centre

A free preview evening will be hosted at Castle Park from 7pm-9pm on the opening day of April 8, while their will also be a chance to meet AAA contributors on April 10.

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During the exhibition’s run the artwork will be open to visitors from 10am-4pm Monday to Saturday and from 1pm-4pm on Sundays.

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