CHARLIE’S Angels will be unveiled at a unique art exhibition this weekend.
And watch out because the three angels are not the usual cherubic type; they will be wielding chainsaws.
Artists Heather Crompton, Lea Torp Nielsen and Lorraine Botterill will be carving the angels during an open weekend at an Almondbury artists’ centre.
Charlie himself, Charles Turner, will be exhibiting a variety of sculptures and works of art at the Stansfields centre in Almondbury.
He is inviting the public to visit the studios at 13 Westgate and see the work that goes on there.
He said: “The sculptures are looking wonderful. They are coming along very well and the three are doing a great job on them.
“It is going to be an exciting weekend.”
Mr Turner added: “The reaction from visitors has been amazing.
“Stansfields is such a historic building and people do tend to want to come back. But this year has been bigger and better.”
Resident weaver Jacky Curry will be giving a demonstration on an old-fashioned handloom, while Charles will be exhibiting atmospheric sail screen paintings influenced by the local landscape.
A carving of the Madonna and child will be on display, along with contemporary sculptures, outdoor furniture and an interactive room installation.
The open weekend at the building is part of Host07, in which local artists open their studios and workshops to display their work.
Stansfields will be open on Saturday and Sunday from 11am until 6pm.