Inspirational art direct from artist's venues throughout the Peterborough area

Nene Art Triangle Safari

Three artists, Ingrid Hunter, Jane Catherine Sanders and Deborah James  are preparing a Safari Trail round the three studios showcasing an eclectic range of art media and styles.

Please note the brochure shows only the safari starting address of Deborah James’ studio.

Safari venue 1:

Deborah James Studio, 40 Big Green, Warmington, Peterborough PE8 6TU,

07515099520

Safari venue 2:

Jane Catherine Sanders Studio, 2 Tansor Court Cottages , Fotheringhay Road, Tansor, PE8 5HP

07732169161 / 01832 226495

Safari venue 3:

Ingrid Hunter Studio, Stone Cottage, Main Street, Cotterstock, PE8 5HD

07720 347957

 

Deborah James paints in an impressionist style, landscapes, waterscapes, gardens & rural scenes. She uses the beautiful surroundings of the garden studio, in a little corner of East Northamptonshire as inspiration. Areas of outstanding natural beauty are on the doorstep.

Paintings are expressed in watercolours, acrylics and oils and can also contain calligraphy.

Jane’s work is inspired by a love of the natural world and ancient symbols. She is currently working on paintings in oils, using leaves as a naturally smooth and beautifully flat surface to paint on where images of nature are created on and blended into nature!

Her journey into the world of clay, oxides and glazes is expressed in fine ceramic bead jewellery.

The beads are fashioned from earthenware clay and biscuit fired, they are then hand painted and glazed. This may be a pattern using natural mineral colours or a complete landscape painted on an individual bead. These are then fired again. The toggle clasps are fashioned from sterling silver.

Ingrid specialises in glass casting and fusing, the casting is a very complex technique in  which glass objects are cast by direction molten glass into a mould where it solidifies. The technique has been used since the Egyptian period, similar to the lost wax process. Fusing is partly melting multiple pieces of glass together in a kiln, creating either bowls, platters or panels and jewellery.

She takes inspiration from the art nouveau period, nature and travel.

Ingrid is opening the new studio in Cotterstock and will be offering pottery and glass workshop.

 

To make the weekend even more enjoyable and relaxing they will be offering refreshments in the form of canapés

Starters will be with Deborah James in Warmington

Main Courses at Jane Catherine Sanders in Tansor

Desserts at Ingrid Hunter Coddington in Cotterstock


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