INKBERROW artist John Harris recently attended the unveiling of a stained glass window which he designed for Pershore Cemetery Chapel.
The work was commissioned by Worcestershire County Council to recognise Pershore’s war effort.
One panel represents the First World War, one is for the Second World War and the centre is based on Pershore as we see it today.
John said: “When I first saw it I was amazed by how it had turned out.
“The light coming through the glass window gave it a really nice look.”
John, who previously designed Inkberrow’s Railway poster, is also hosting his 38th exhibition starting this weekend.
Visitors will be able to view more than 60 of John’s paintings, which all come in various sizes and prices.
“People come from all over to see my work,” said John.
“I’m especially excited to see old friends who have been coming to my exhibition for years.
“It will be great to catch up.”
The exhibition will be held from Saturday 24 to Friday 30 November.
It is open daily between 10-5pm at The Bowls Pavilion, Sands Road, WR7 4HJ.