Christmas Arts & Crafts Exhibition

Cotswold Art Club

26 November – 2 December 2014

 

  • Jane Ware has a very distinctive style using detailed ink and watercolour for her atmospheric jazz and cafe scenes, and will also be displaying a colourful selection of festive crafts and gifts.
  • Sue Birtwistle’s paintings are inspired by the Cotswold landscape and villages. She produces numerous prints, cards and original paintings, including a range of small original paintings at very affordable prices
  • Debby Hooper’s paintings are mainly of animals painted in pastels on sandpaper. She has reproduced many images on to mugs, coasters and fridge magnets etc. and will have a selection of prints and cards for sale too.
  • Di & Mike Roberts are exhibiting together with a selection of paintings, prints and cards as well as mugs and coasters etc. and Mike’s wooden puzzles and clocks in marquetry.

 

Other exhibitors include:-

  • Pam Pickthorn and Sue Barfield from “Silverings”, who are two friends who attended Silversmithing classes for many years now make a variety of silver chains into necklaces and bracelets. They are all made from Sterling Silver purchased from a Birmingham bullion merchant.
  • Alan Haylock produces pen & Ink drawings and acrylics of Green Men, hares and colour abstracts in wax pastel. There will be a selection of originals, prints and cards for sale.
  • Norrie Fyfe makes beautiful and delicate crochet items such as snowflakes for the tree, flowers and scarves and handmade bags of his own design.

 

Open daily 10am-5pm

Entry Free

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What’s Next?

  • Maintenance The east turret is in need of repair to prevent rain leaking in when the wind is in the ‘wrong’ direction. We hope to get this done during gallery downtime.
  • Hire Dates for 2022 The release of dates for hiring the gallery in 2022 is under review pending the availability of dates for events in the gardens.
  • New gallery layout

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