Woodlands @ Ferrer’s Gallery 30th March – 17th June 2018
I am delighted to be invited by Ferrers Gallery to exhibit my Moon almanac series as part of their Woodlands’ exhibition.
Inspired by woodlands and all that reside in them, artists and designer-makers will be working in various mediums to portray their interpretation of the theme. I will show a mix of originals and framed A3 prints.
Ferrers Gallery, Staunton Harold, Ashby de la Zouch, Leicestershire
April – September Tuesday to Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays 11am – 5pm. October – March Tuesday to Sunday 11am – 4pm.http://www.ferrersgallery.co.uk/exhibitions/
The Gallery in the Gardens, Pavilion Gardens Buxton
High Peak Artists’ & Craft Workers’ Association
This is the home of the High Peak Artists & Craft Workers.
(Free admission) www.galleryinthegardens.co.uk
This year 2018 I am developing a new theme at Gallery in The Gardens of ‘Place-mapping’, working small and also offering small framed giclee prints from the new originals. I look at places I visit around the local area, the Peak District, as well as walks on the coast and up hills further afield, and make my personal artist map of the moment inspired by the sense of place.
Derbyshire Open Arts
Traditional Spring Bank Holiday 26 – 28th May plus optional dates 29th May – 3rd June. 10.00 till 17.00
Peak District Artisans at the Haybarn, a warm and beautiful restored barn at Beechenhill Farm. You will find original paintings, images, prints and cards by 16 artists on the first weekend and 10 artists on the second weekend of Derbyshire Open Arts. Sue Prince, Michela Griffith, Steve Elliot, Tim Rose, Liz Wellby, Giles Davies, Mark Langley, Cath Dunn, Adrienne Brown and Ingrid Karlsson will have 2D work on display.
Media include photography, watercolours, oils, acrylics, egg tempera, collage and coloured pencils. Covering subjects of folk art, landscapes, architecture and people.
3D designer makers; Jewellery by silversmiths Karin Sheldon and Lucy Palmer, woodturning by Roger Waterhouse, wooden boxes by Temima Crafts, ceramics by Sue Gorman and Gary Sampson.
PDA is a highly successful association of some of the very best professional fine artists and designer makers in the Peak District. Members are selected for their outstanding work, many are award winning and internationally recognised for excellence in their chosen field. A delightful event in a warm, beautiful stone flagged barn, at an organic farm with tea and cakes.
Your opportunity to visit artists and artisans throughout our beautiful county, and maybe even buy a work of art to take home.