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I’m totally hooked on Acrylic Pour, I just love how the colours pop.

I re-purpose pots, vases and canvases to match your decor.

My other passion is watercolour.

I believe strongly that everyone benefits from colour in their life.

Pauline K Wheatley

I’m totally hooked on Acrylic Pour, I just love how the colours pop. I re-purpose pots, vases and canvases to More

A bookbinder fascinated by the marks that nature can be coaxed to leave on paper.

Gillian Wing

A bookbinder fascinated by the marks that nature can be coaxed to leave on paper.

Emily is an artist and illustrator who is inspired by the natural world. She is currently working with a mix of different materials including printmaking

and drawing on her iPad.

Emily Bowers

Emily is an artist and illustrator who is inspired by the natural world. She is currently working with a mix More

Using the vibrant colour and fluid lines of her heritage German Expressionism, Yasmin celebrates local stories and natural forms -especially

those whose beauty or complexity are only appreciated close up.

Yasmin Bradley

Using the vibrant colour and fluid lines of her heritage German Expressionism, Yasmin celebrates local stories and natural forms -especially More

I’m a photographer working in large formats.

The photographs above were taken in New York just before the lockdowns and represent my most recent work printed over the last two years.

The New York work was taken on 10" x 8" film, I use formats up to 8" x 20" in the field and have a 20" x 24" format camera on display in the studio together with prints taken on a variety of formats and materials.

First Saturday 25th June 2022 - Daylight studio opening with food & drinks.

The following Saturdays - taking wet-plate portraits on glass or aluminium.

Tony Lovell

I’m a photographer working in large formats. The photographs above were taken in New York just before the lockdowns and More

Printmaking in all its forms has intrigued me for a long while, but my practice and explorations began in earnest during the lockdowns.

Observations of my rural world mainly linocuts.

The Merryweather Artist

Printmaking in all its forms has intrigued me for a long while, but my practice and explorations began in earnest More

I am a self taught artist. I paint a wide variety of subjects on canvas, wood and furniture using acrylic and oil paint.

Stephen Kulczak

I am a self taught artist. I paint a wide variety of subjects on canvas, wood and furniture using acrylic More

I paint on both paper and canvas, I use Acrylic paint and other mediums. My work is devised from a lifetime of painting and drawing. I hope
you like it!

Sarah Adam

I paint on both paper and canvas, I use Acrylic paint and other mediums. My work is devised from a More

Rose is a local artist, owner/tattooist at Rose InkHouse. Working with oils, acrylics and digital art. Paintings/prints available.
“Welcome to all art lovers and tattoo enthusiasts alike!” - Rose

Rose InkHouse

Rose is a local artist, owner/tattooist at Rose InkHouse. Working with oils, acrylics and digital art. Paintings/prints available. “Welcome to More

Prebblepots are handmade ceramic pots paired with matching plants. They are handglazed and each have individual character. The pots are made at home and the plants grow on my windowsills.

Amy Prebble

Prebblepots are handmade ceramic pots paired with matching plants. They are handglazed and each have individual character. The pots are More

Pedro aims to show that art can give you a sense of piece and contemplation often compelling the mind to travel far away or compelling through meaning and message.

Pedro began making portrait cartoons at the age of 9 using his school friends as subjects and later in high school satirized his teachers on the back of math test papers. His early education was in Art & Design both in Highschool in the 80’s in Portugal and on a foundation course in London in 1996. In 2000 he went onto study Architecture for two years and subsequently worked in Technical Drawing for nine years, of which four was self-employment in London. He completed a Postgraduate Certificate in 2004 at the University of Westminster and in 2021 graduated with a BA (hons) in Popular Music from the Anglia Ruskin University and a Prize for best major project.

His notable events include; achieving 4th. place in the 2007 EUROCLAD drawing competition, being an Illustrator for a young novelist book ‘Zoe Evan’s Possible Worlds’ by Valentine St. Aubyn contributing with over 20 line drawings in 2010.

Pedro C Goffe

Pedro aims to show that art can give you a sense of piece and contemplation often compelling the mind to More

My work has a strong tendency to recreate the female form in both paint and sculptures. I also enjoy ceramic work to reflect the beauty around us.

Nathera Allam

My work has a strong tendency to recreate the female form in both paint and sculptures. I also enjoy ceramic More

I graduated with an Fine Art degree from the University of Derby. My artistic interest includes portraiture and the human body in both 2D and
3D forms.

Melissa Lopez

I graduated with an Fine Art degree from the University of Derby. My artistic interest includes portraiture and the human More

I mosaic mainly in glass but like to include vintage jewels, ceramics and anything interesting.,sometimes with a twist of resin . My work is quirky,
unique and definitely original.

Mary Green

I mosaic mainly in glass but like to include vintage jewels, ceramics and anything interesting.,sometimes with a twist of resin More

I create sculptural textured vessels through hand building techniques especially coiling. These vessels are inspired by the natural world around us especially textures found on trees, tree bark and erosion seen in metal and based upon us as human beings.  I create my own glazes and slips which are brushed or poured onto the pot. Some of my work is fired several times to build up the texture. My more recent work has been hand coiled large figurative pieces which is nearly life size, left the natural unglazed stoneware colour to resemble classical statues. I will also exhibit some raku pieces which are hand coiled and also decorated in my own glazes.

My studio is on a small holding on the outskirts of Holbeach, where we also breed pedigree Jacob sheep, plenty of lambs to look at as well as the odd grey faced dartmoor.  Over the weekend please feel free to visit and walk in the grounds. We have plenty of off road parking. We will have refreshments available and throughout the day there will be throwing demonstrations on the potters wheel.  We will also be offering  people to have a go on the potters wheel if you feel up to the challenge! There is also a Medieval festival in Holbeach taking place on the same weekend, with lots of entertainment, so if you are planning a trip out this may be of interest too.

Please have a look at greenfieldpottery.co.uk  for further images, information on classes and some of the projects that we have completed.

Mark Judd-Cooper

I create sculptural textured vessels through hand building techniques especially coiling. These vessels are inspired by the natural world around More

 



Inspired by the natural landscape and ancient sites, I create constructed textiles using hand and machine embroidery.  Found objects often embellish my work and develop new storylines.

The techniques used in my textile rarely depart from a blend of slow handstitching and intense machine embroidery to accentuate forms and structures.I occasionally experiment with eco dyeing and use these pieces as focus areas in my work related to landscapes.

I work intuitively with the observed ancient landscape, often drifting into memory and impressions. Soft colours,  hand dyed fabric  and threads inspire me to create images that recall places and events.

I am an exhibiting textile artist with the 'Exquisite Heritage' mixed media group . We had exhibitions in 2017 and 2018, the latter at Peterborough Cathedral, and were working towards our next exhibition when the pandemic slowed us down.

I work in a studio at home, but my handstitching is portable and follows me everywhere, travelling with it brings change of perspective, colour and the freedom to change ideas when faced with new imagery is always a delight. I keep sketchbooks with drawings and samplers to refresh ideas. This  year I am a member of Textile.org and have a piece in their archive after working through one of their workshops. I enjoy teaching, and inspiring others has been a joy during the difficult pandemic time. As a result of this I have textile slow stitch friends in a community that is now world wide to exchange ideas with.

The rhythm, pattern and repetition of hand stitching has accompanied me through the years ,taking various forms in creative textile pieces; in 2D, 3D , costume design and garment construction. My formal background is a Fine Art degree with a PGCE in teaching. I finished my teaching career as a Head of Department that specialised in Textiles.

Liz Hunt

  Inspired by the natural landscape and ancient sites, I create constructed textiles using hand and machine embroidery.  Found objects More

Hello I am an artist dealing with painting. My favorite subject is landscapes. I like to work in warm colors and I often use golden shades.

Katarzyna Martynkien

Hello I am an artist dealing with painting. My favorite subject is landscapes. I like to work in warm colors More

All of my subjects have a story behind them.

A thread of Japanese studies and their rich colours intertwines with my own awareness of shape and shadow gathered from nature.

Jennie Grainger

All of my subjects have a story behind them. A thread of Japanese studies and their rich colours intertwines with More

Jacs Harris is an artist based in the Lincolnshire Fens. She makes contemporary landscape paintings, drawings and prints. Her current work is about exploring the landscape surrounding her home studio. She also teaches classes and workshops at Unique Cottage Studios, Spalding.

Jacs Harris

Jacs Harris is an artist based in the Lincolnshire Fens. She makes contemporary landscape paintings, drawings and prints. Her current More

My art is inspired by the natural world around me. I endeavour to encapsulate the feelings of that moment through layers of soft pastels or various printing techniques.

Jackie Woods

My art is inspired by the natural world around me. I endeavour to encapsulate the feelings of that moment through More

I love nature and realised that nature journalling was bringing joy, so I started painting from wildlife and nature. I mostly use watercolour but
occasionally dabble in acrylic and oils.

Hannah Ganderton (Gandyfloss Art)

I love nature and realised that nature journalling was bringing joy, so I started painting from wildlife and nature. I More

Freelance illustrator with an interest in portraiture, music, symbolism, printmaking, ceramics and typography. Graduate of MA Illustration at
Camberwell, UAL & BA (Hons) Illustration at Cambridge School of Art.

Hannah Bigley

Freelance illustrator with an interest in portraiture, music, symbolism, printmaking, ceramics and typography. Graduate of MA Illustration at Camberwell, UAL More

Inspired by nature I manipulate photographs to being an abstract element to my artwork/ceramics, bringing them to life.

 

Applying this technique across many media has created my signature style.

Gurdeep Matharo

Inspired by nature I manipulate photographs to being an abstract element to my artwork/ceramics, bringing them to life.   Applying More

Handmade chairs from green wood

Gordon Monk

Handmade chairs from green wood

Specialising in ink pen drawings, I have always taken inspiration from historical architecture and reflects the texture, experiences of

historical buildings and streets in my artworks.

Eda Ozlem Sipahi

Specialising in ink pen drawings, I have always taken inspiration from historical architecture and reflects the texture, experiences of historical More

As an artist I don’t like working in just one medium, my work can be anything from figurative sculpture to mixed media painting using various

materials using vibrant colours.

Dacia Stroud

As an artist I don’t like working in just one medium, my work can be anything from figurative sculpture to More

A Scottish artist specialising in painting, drawing and printmaking.

My work is largely figurative, I use symbolism and depictions of the every day to tell stories and communicate ideas.  I am interested in what can be read and implied from an object, a face or a place and the resulting assumptions and imagined narrative.  During the first lockdown I began to explore portraiture in different forms, rediscovering acrylic paint, I tried to communicate something of the personality of the subject. I have since continued to use acrylic paints to depict more ambitious compositions and narratives, alongside daily drawing.  I take inspiration from current affairs, popular culture, my own experiences, music, literature and art itself - often depicting or referencing other artists and artworks.

 

Christopher Wells

A Scottish artist specialising in painting, drawing and printmaking. My work is largely figurative, I use symbolism and depictions of More

Self taught, armed with imagination & coloured pencils, I create weird and wonderful drawings in my spare time.

Chris Sancaster

Self taught, armed with imagination & coloured pencils, I create weird and wonderful drawings in my spare time.

My work consists of painting, textiles and woodcraft inspired by the countryside and coastline. Where possible I like to use recycled and

sustainable materials.

Carol Richards

My work consists of painting, textiles and woodcraft inspired by the countryside and coastline. Where possible I like to use More

My background is in jewellery and metalwork. I turned to beadwork while working in Amsterdam where I found amazing bead shops lined with

jars like old sweetie shops.

Carol Clark

My background is in jewellery and metalwork. I turned to beadwork while working in Amsterdam where I found amazing bead More

My handwoven pieces are made using natural fibres with an emphasis on texture, design and colour. I use an 8 shaft table loom and also spin fibre for weaving.

To see more images of my work please search @andrea_theweavingpotter on Instagram.

Andrea Van Kleef

My handwoven pieces are made using natural fibres with an emphasis on texture, design and colour. I use an 8 More

Creating magical designs inspired by nature, fantasy & folklore...
Bespoke hats & fascinators
Bridal headwear
Jewellery
Sparkly decor
Painted canvases
Set & Prop design
Creative Direction for Photoshoots

Amanda Caroline Couture

Creating magical designs inspired by nature, fantasy & folklore… Bespoke hats & fascinators Bridal headwear Jewellery Sparkly decor Painted canvases More

My art is about noticing. I see something - if it lingers I give it voice through acrylics, collage, digital, animation, photography and poetry.

I'm also a Registered Art Therapist.

Alison Hawtin

My art is about noticing. I see something – if it lingers I give it voice through acrylics, collage, digital, More

A brief synopsis of my creative life to date..

I graduated from Art School in 1990 with a BA(Hons) in Fine Art painting at Staffordshire University under the tutelage of Terry Shave. I then moved to Derry in Northern Ireland and started working for the North West Artist's Association as an administrator to work with local artists and children's workshops in conjunction with the Orchard Gallery. My role was Arts Council funded and also gave me a free studio space to carry on painting. After a couple of years I'd built up a body of work to have a one person show at the City Library. It was great experience though sadly the funding was removed and employment became tough so I returned to Peterborough to start work in an art shop. Work and family commitments consumed my time and aside from the odd commission, some mural painting and various crafting exploits, I hadn't found a way back to painting until a few years ago. I'm now fully focused on painting as much as possible and have been encouraged by how much work I've sold in the last 18 months. I use paint and colour in a bold expressive way and my subject matter can be anything from jazz musicians to completely abstract. I work mainly in acrylics and integrate spray paint and stencils on occasion to create various textures and surfaces in the paint. I also love drawing in charcoal in an expressive style with the subjects being figures and animals. Although much of my work is intuitive and gestural I do find it important to engage in the discipline of looking whether in life drawing or portraiture. Music is a major influence in my work and I can't paint without listening to the likes of Miles Davis or John Coltrane. The music I'm listening to totally affects the marks and gestures I make whilst painting or drawing, its completely infused in my work. I have had my own bespoke framing business since 2009, Complete Framing in Woodston and my studio is in the back of the workshop. I welcome visitors at any time to see finished work and work in progress.

Colin Chapman

A brief synopsis of my creative life to date.. I graduated from Art School in 1990 with a BA(Hons) in More

I design handmade jewellery in a range of styles using semi precious stones. Each piece is unique and I enjoy working with customers to make bespoke pieces for special occasions.

Bridget Bradley

I design handmade jewellery in a range of styles using semi precious stones. Each piece is unique and I enjoy More

I work in wood and metal, mainly figurative (birds and animals) but adding a twist. This year I have been exploring more use of colour and experimentation.

Barney Broadbent

I work in wood and metal, mainly figurative (birds and animals) but adding a twist. This year I have been More

Lynne is exhibiting at Jeni Cairns Studio and has been illustrating Peterborough life as it happens, usually from benches, since 2014. Between Aug 2019 - Sept 2020 Lynne drew from 190 benches creating the Bench Views Revisited series, many of which will be available to view this Open Studios 2022. Lynne is also inspired by Peterborough Cathedral where she volunteers as a tour guide.

Lynne Collins

Lynne is exhibiting at Jeni Cairns Studio and has been illustrating Peterborough life as it happens, usually from benches, since More

I am passionate about caring for the world around me and represent this through various mediums.
I aspire to help others to develop their creativity through workshops and classes.

Rachel Simmonds – Big Sky Arts

I am passionate about caring for the world around me and represent this through various mediums. I aspire to help More

Rowena's work is hand drawn and hand cut and her pieces can be personalized! Family Trees are her most popular item with people returning to order work for special occasions.

Rowena Roberts

Rowena’s work is hand drawn and hand cut and her pieces can be personalized! Family Trees are her most popular More

Through my handwoven textiles created on a multi-shaft floor loom I explore colour, texture and technique to create a variety of finished pieces for home and to wear.  I enjoy using a variety of techniques and yarns.

Suzanne Townshend

Through my handwoven textiles created on a multi-shaft floor loom I explore colour, texture and technique to create a variety More

Largely self-taught, I am inspired by nature and ordinary life around me. I work mainly in oils, but have ventured into watercolour and pastels occasionally.

Stella Poole

Largely self-taught, I am inspired by nature and ordinary life around me. I work mainly in oils, but have ventured More

Textile artist, Creating Sculptural forms & accessories using natural fibers & eco printing techniques inspired by the wildlife, flora & fauna on my doorstep

Kim Carmichael – OkieFolky Fiber Arts

Textile artist, Creating Sculptural forms & accessories using natural fibers & eco printing techniques inspired by the wildlife, flora & More

Handmade silver jewellery inspired by nature.

Oakland Jewellery

Handmade silver jewellery inspired by nature.

Mixed media artist, painting, sculpture, taxidermy, bell jars and many doddles of flowers.

Garden open and refreshments available

Lisa Helin

Mixed media artist, painting, sculpture, taxidermy, bell jars and many doddles of flowers. Garden open and refreshments available

Mixed Media & Textile work inspired by colour, texture and a touch of metallic sparkle.

Guided intuitively by Reiki, layered materials are creatively fused through collage, print, fusing, bonding and/or stitch.

Kim Moore

Mixed Media & Textile work inspired by colour, texture and a touch of metallic sparkle. Guided intuitively by Reiki, layered More

Through the creation of figurative sculptures I tell the story of  the African woman and her journey. I experiment with ceramics and jesmonite to reflect the complexities of her experience.
At Open Studios 2022 I look forward to welcoming visitors to engage in conversations about my artist process, my works, their concept, and creation methods in a tranquil environment, whilst observing COVID-19 precautions. There will be access to the garden where some items will be displayed and refreshments will be available. Donations will be accepted for Cancer Research.

Commissions accepted.

Desrie Thomson-George

Through the creation of figurative sculptures I tell the story of  the African woman and her journey. I experiment with More

DEE-ZYN JEWELLERY - HAND DESIGNED UNIQUE JEWELLERY
Dee-zyn Jewellery was created by myself Deanne Echarri back in 2008. I have been designing and creating silver jewellery for over 12 years now. After completing a silversmith course back in 2010, I decided to explore PMC (precious metal clay) and completed a diploma in this... However, I still felt as though I was not quite there with what I wanted to produce.

Finally I found Wire Sculpture Jewellery, creating twists and swirls to shape and forge the wire to encase gemstones within, thus creating completely unique one-of-a-kind pieces using only Silver wire and small tools. NO soldering!!!

Consequently I fell completely in love with this, and went on to complete 6 Master Class Courses learning the skills and techniques needed to become an expert in the field.

As a result, I now design and craft quality silver and copper wire jewellery using precious and semi-precious stones from around the world. Each piece is unique and crafted by hand using master wire sculpting techniques.

I am an international seller, selling online as well as at craft fayres, wedding fayres, trade fayres and galleries.

 
DEE-ZYN WIRE JEWELLERY SCHOOL
Dee-zyn Jewellery also runs a Wire Jewellery School, empowering other people to have a go and learn to create their own beautiful jewellery using the same techniques that I fell in love with. There are many different workshops and courses, providing the knowledge and physical skills needed to create different styles of jewellery.

My motto is that 'everyone can make jewellery' which I wholeheartedly believe. The classes are suitable for all ages and abilities from complete beginners to those looking at learning new techniques or brushing up on their former jewellery making skills. Almost all classes run on weekday evenings and weekends and prices start from just £15.

Dee-zyn Jewellery School is a fast growing independent jewellery training centre based in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. With over 30 classes running each year from beginners to Masterclass, there are plenty to choose from. The classes are run from our fully-equipped jewellery studio in a beautiful garden setting. There is something at Dee-zyn Jewellery School for everyone.

 
JEWELLERY MAKING TASTER WORKSHOPS DURING POAS
Each day of PAOS, there will be taster sessions at 13.30 each day where you can have a go at making an item of jewellery.  These will be between £3.50 and £5.00 which include all materials (wire and beads), and include the use of tools.

Taster sessions will be:

 	Saturday 25th - Wire Earring Making (Swirls)                    https://poas-swirlearrings.eventbrite.co.uk
 	Sunday 26th -  Crystal Rings                                                   https://crystalringmaking-poas.eventbrite.co.uk
 	Saturday 2nd - Bookmark Making                                         13.30  https://bookmarkmaking-poas.eventbrite.co.uk
14.00   https://bookmark-making-poas.eventbrite.co.uk
 	Sunday 3rd - Wire Earring Making (Beaded)                      https://earringmaking-beaded-poas.eventbrite.co.uk
 	Saturday 9th - Crystal rings                                                     https://poas-crystalringmaking.eventbrite.co.uk
 	Sunday 10th - Bookmark Making                                           13.30  https://crystalbookmarks-poas.eventbrite.co.uk
14.00  https://crysatbookmarkmaking-poas.eventbrite.co.uk

 

Please contact me to ensure your space and to find out more on 01733 265249 or follow the links to book online.

 

Copy and paste the link to Eventbrite of the workshop you want to find out more about or book and have a go at making your own Jewellery

or email me at: dee-zyn@hotmail.com

 

PARKING in Sacred Heart School car park at back of House, Entrance through back gate.

   

 

 

Dee-zyn Jewellery – Deanne Echarri

DEE-ZYN JEWELLERY – HAND DESIGNED UNIQUE JEWELLERY Dee-zyn Jewellery was created by myself Deanne Echarri back in 2008. I have More

I am an artist who specializes in creating abstract and impressionist landscape, garden and architectural images using the camera as my tool.

 

David Townshend

I am an artist who specializes in creating abstract and impressionist landscape, garden and architectural images using the camera as More

In my work I use water colours for clarity and transparency, and pastels for animal portraiture. When painting land and seascapes I enjoy using both acrylics and oils.

Cherry Hadley

In my work I use water colours for clarity and transparency, and pastels for animal portraiture. When painting land and More

Jeweller, Carol Clift, has been creating stunning jewellery for over 30 years. Her dazzlingly beautiful and intricate work is hand-made using traditional techniques.

Carol Clift

Jeweller, Carol Clift, has been creating stunning jewellery for over 30 years. Her dazzlingly beautiful and intricate work is hand-made More

I am a self taught artist and in love with fluid art. It is my pleasure to share these colourful vibes for your home which can be practical or just as a lovely blissful decoration for you or as a gift idea.

www.facebook.com/handmadebyjurgita

Instagram @blisscohan

www.numonday.com/shop/blisscohan-store

Blisscohan

I am a self taught artist and in love with fluid art. It is my pleasure to share these colourful More

Hello! My name is Shalini Austin.
I am a self taught metalsmith and I make Copper things.

Originally from New Delhi, India I now live in Stamford with my husband and rescue dogs.

In my home studio and workshop in Stamford, Lincolnshire I work with copper sheet and wire and handcraft Sculptures, Giftware & Jewellery.



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For several years I have collaborated with Felt Artist Eve Marshall and make sculptures and giftware. As a result of our art collaborations we now regularly exhibit together at events too.
I also collaborate with my husband who took up palletwood upcycling during the first lockdown in 2020, when he could not go to work. I make components for his pieces and also use pallet wood to mount my wall art pieces and as sculpture base.
During Peterborough Artists Opens studios Eve and I will be exhibiting and demonstrating at Riverside Beads in Market Deeping. We will be under a gazebo outside the shop.
A full range of my work will be available to view and buy. I will also be showing some steps of the making process of my decorative pieces and copper jewellery. This may involve a hammer, an anvil and some noise!
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Shalini Austin

Hello! My name is Shalini Austin. I am a self taught metalsmith and I make Copper things. Originally from New More

Please note due to a recent tragedy Margaret is not exhibing this year, 2022. All of us at PAOS send her family their thoughts and best wishes.

Margarets PAOS entry:

After early success in my late teens, exhibiting and selling at the Mall Galleries in London life then became busy with work and family commitments. Forty odd years passed quickly without the time for much art, but I have been working full time on my art now for the last 3 years.

I taught myself lino printing and dry point etching. My speciality is hand made limited edition prints, also original paintings and drawings. These sell online, you can visit my shop to see my work at www.artfinder.com/margaret-mallows. I regularly publish new work. You can also find me on Instagram @margaret.mallows where I often post work in progress photographs - people like to see the process in making prints.

Inspiration for my art comes from life around me, and places I visit. I like to try different subjects and occasionally inject some humour into my work - art doesn't have to be serious! My artwork has sold to many countries across the world. Buyers have come back to me with fantastic feedback, and purchased more of my work, and my art is currently in 23 different countries worldwide.

You can more of my work at www.artfinder.com/margaret-mallows and work in progress on my Instagram page margaret.mallows

Awards & exhibitions:

2018: Winner in Jackson's amateur artist competition, drawing and print making category;

March 2019: Two prints shortlisted for the Royal Academy summer exhibition 2019;

June 2019: Contributor of an online article for The Artist magazine, at their request;

August 2019: Awarded Best print in show at the Fellowship of Professional and Amateur Artists summer exhibition;

November 2019:

Winner of Editor's choice in The Artist magazine, and full page feature December 2019 issue;

2 prints shortlisted in a global art competition to raise public awareness of climate change;

Exhibitor of 3 prints, IEA open exhibition at Holt, Norfolk;

Elected provisional member of Institute of East Anglian Artists;

January 2020: 2 prints selected for exhibition at The Royal Society of British Artists annual exhibition at The Mall Galleries London, exhibiting 20 - 29th February 2020.

March 2020 – 2 works shortlisted New English Art Club exhibition at The Mall Galleries London.

March 2020 – 1 print shortlisted for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.

March 2020 – Framed print sent to NHS North Middlesex University hospital to brighten a new room created for staff to use during shifts, following trauma.

April 2020 – 4 small prints donated for sale or the charity #feednhs, and sold online via Highgate Gallery; they sold within a couple of hours of the exhibition going live, and raised £200 for the charity.

July 2020 - Exhibitor - TALP Exhibition - Patchings Festival online this year

August 2020 - Exhibitor - Curated Summer Open Exhibition Babylon Gallery Ely.

Sept 2020 – Winner of The Artist magazine online monthly calendar challenge competition.

Sept 2020- Exhibitor – Society of Women Artists 159th open exhibition.

Nov 2020 - Article published for The Artist magazine online website Painters Online.

April 2021 - Two works shortlisted for IEA exhibition, Holt

 

Margaret Mallows

Please note due to a recent tragedy Margaret is not exhibing this year, 2022. All of us at PAOS send More

Jewellery and Stained glass designer with Design Crafts BA(hons). Stained glass using the foil (Tiffany) method or leaded work for windows. Jewellery, silver and enamel. My inspiration, nature and sea.

DenneyDesign

Jewellery and Stained glass designer with Design Crafts BA(hons). Stained glass using the foil (Tiffany) method or leaded work for More

I started in watercolour. I sketch and love the vibrancy you can achieve in acrylic. I enjoy pottery and sculpture. Making objects for the house and garden that are quirky. Mixed media for landscapes, animals and abstract pictures. Hand built and thrown Pottery. I use Pyrography and Copper foil to create pictures in light and dark.

Liz Davies

I started in watercolour. I sketch and love the vibrancy you can achieve in acrylic. I enjoy pottery and sculpture. More

I am a self taught artist who loves the freedom of  using various medias in art. I am at my happiest when I find vintage items that can be incorporated into my work whether that be an old book, fabric or haberdashery.  In the current climate where we are all keen to help the environment and move away from the throw away society that the world has become my interest has turned to altering disused items from their original purpose into art works.

 

Lindsay McGinlay – Linly Art

I am a self taught artist who loves the freedom of  using various medias in art. I am at my More

Using the Tiffany copper foil stained glassed method to create unique pieces that can be treasured forever.
Combining a passion for stained glass and textiles, Handmade by Joolz specialises in intricate glass decorations for the home. Each piece is handmade with love and care.
Custom orders welcome!
 

Julia Taroni – Handmade by Joolz

Using the Tiffany copper foil stained glassed method to create unique pieces that can be treasured forever. Combining a passion More

I am a wood-turner using mostly local sourced hardwoods which I carve into intricate sculptures, adding texture and colour using spirit stains and pyrography

Jon Paine

I am a wood-turner using mostly local sourced hardwoods which I carve into intricate sculptures, adding texture and colour using More

I am fascinated by wire work from chain maille to wire wrapping and beyond. During lockdown I learnt wire kumihimo as a new technique to try.

Jenny Sheldrake

I am fascinated by wire work from chain maille to wire wrapping and beyond. During lockdown I learnt wire kumihimo More

I have a passion for Art, looking and doing, I'm really enjoying mixed media with all it's unusual exciting twists

I am a self taught artist and have rediscovered my love of creating art after many years of doing none at all. I love looking at art, all kinds, and a couple of years ago went along to a local art exhibition where I met an artist named Wendy who persuaded me to go along to a new art group and here I am ... I have recently completed a brilliant drawing course with a local artist, Paisley Art, which gave me back my passion for mark making.

I prefer experimenting with media and mixing  different ones together to see what evolves sometimes magical and sometimes…..  Well you can always paint over it. Come and see me and other PAOS artists at Unique Cottage Studios Spalding  www.uniquecottagestudios.co.uk.

 

 



 

 





 

 

 

 

Janette Olive

I have a passion for Art, looking and doing, I’m really enjoying mixed media with all it’s unusual exciting twists More

Mosaics made using old English china and decorative details taking inspiration from mid century patterns, folk art and contemporary themes. Handmade jewellery with semi precious gems, enamel and hallmarked silver

Fiona Gurney

Mosaics made using old English china and decorative details taking inspiration from mid century patterns, folk art and contemporary themes. More

Debbie creates individual handbuilt ceramics and uses them as a canvas for her love of drawing decorating them with a variety of methods including coloured slips, underglazes and sgraffito.

Debbie Davis

Debbie creates individual handbuilt ceramics and uses them as a canvas for her love of drawing decorating them with a More

Landscape based work in paint and ink on paper. Printmaking is mostly serigraphy (screenprinting).
Mostly landscapes with birds in. Access includes four well-spaced steps in garden

Carry Akroyd

Landscape based work in paint and ink on paper. Printmaking is mostly serigraphy (screenprinting). Mostly landscapes with birds in. Access More

CHANGE of opening times:
 
2 July visits  Only by prior appointment (please text 07904499779)
9 July - open as normal 10 -4pm
 
3 July, 10 July - CLOSED
 
 
Original paintings in oil, acrylics and its merchandise, Graphic Design, prints
Parallel state education I have always attended art schools, courses and private tuition, Design College then The Art Academy of Latvia and finished with the degree from University of the Arts London
My work reflects beauty of the nature where you can meet fantasies mixing with realism
https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/MartinaKshop

 

Martina K

CHANGE of opening times:   2 July visits  Only by prior appointment (please text 07904499779) 9 July – open as More

I am a self taught artist and enjoy creating art of animals, nature and landscapes. Mostly working in pastels and coloured pencils, or oil and acrylic paints on wood, I also love using new mediums. I take commissions for pet portraits, scenery and buildings, murals, furniture painting and wooden signs. I work from clients' and my own photos, which I sometimes combine to get the final pose. Come and see me at my own studio, Art Studio Q.

2022 I am a student at the Norfolk Painting School and am working on  a Diploma in oil painting.

 

I have taken part in the Sky Arts programme, Landscape Artist of the Year 2021, as a wildcard entry at Chartwell House in Kent.



Follow me on my Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/wqartanddesign/

Throughout the year, I have been producing lots of landscape paintings in oils using palette knives and brushes. It has been fun to paint in 'plein air' and be outside. Alongside this, I have produced a lot of work on reclaimed wood, and have continued with my pet commissions.





 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Childhood Memories: Artwork in pastel pencils and oils of well-loved toys of past and present generations. I am happy to take commissions for this special theme.

[caption id="attachment_6101" align="alignnone" width="586"] Ted Ted in Pastel Pencils.[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_6102" align="alignnone" width="279"] Banana Monkey in Pastel Pencils.[/caption]



Vintage toys oils on wooden blocks



”Old chums” oils on canvas

Wendy Quinnell

I am a self taught artist and enjoy creating art of animals, nature and landscapes. Mostly working in pastels and More

I have been doing pottery for many years and love its versatility and the challenge of achieving the right finish for every pot.

Lindsay Wisniewski

I have been doing pottery for many years and love its versatility and the challenge of achieving the right finish More

Focusing on colour and textures hidden in everyday life; inspired by abstraction, bold shapes, natural forms and definitive textures, I create a wide variety of art and sculpture across several mediums, my favourite being, polymer clay.

Amy Wright

Focusing on colour and textures hidden in everyday life; inspired by abstraction, bold shapes, natural forms and definitive textures, I More

My designs are spontaneous reflecting inspiration from ‘where I am at the moment’; sea related ideas happened following a coastal trip. I like creating texture with bits of old jewellery.



 

Mayimosaic

My designs are spontaneous reflecting inspiration from ‘where I am at the moment’; sea related ideas happened following a coastal More

I am a self taught artist who is drawn to colour mostly, I love painting all different types of subjects in either oil or acrylics.

Ali-marie Black

I am a self taught artist who is drawn to colour mostly, I love painting all different types of subjects More

My Mosaic background:
I am a mosaic artist based in Peterborough. I started making mosaics originally as a form of therapy after a period of ill health, as I found the therapeutic value of mosaic making immense.

After a long period of being unwell, triggered by work-related stress (I was a nurse manager in the NHS), a friend stated that the work had 'broken me'. This simple statement summed up for me what had become so appealing about making shards of glass into a beautiful piece of art.

As a result, the following quote, which I came across recently, sums up what mosaic means for me personally:
'Shards of glass can cut and wound or magnify a vision. Mosaic celebrates brokenness and the beauty of being brought together.' (Terri Tempest Williams)

I have struggled throughout my life with depressive thoughts and anxiety and, for this reason, I try to make my mosaics full of vibrant colours and peaceful images to promote harmony and well-being.

[caption id="attachment_14522" align="alignnone" width="252"] Tree in Spring[/caption]

 
My Mosaic Etsy shop:
I established my Etsy shop in 2017 and mainly sell my work through this. As a result of this, I now consider mosaicing to be my full-time employment.

Please feel free to click on the link below to have to look at my artwork:

https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/ShelaghJaneMosaics

My smaller items sell very well and make lovely unique gift ideas:



 
My inspiration for mosaics :
I love nature and this influences my mosaic work hugely and inspires me to create colourful pieces centering around flowers, trees and animals.

[caption id="attachment_14524" align="alignnone" width="252"] In a Meadow[/caption]

Folk Art is a particular interest of mine and I love researching images and ideas and translating them into mosaic. I have made pieces inspired by North American folk art, Indian folk art and, most recently, Native American.

[caption id="attachment_14526" align="alignnone" width="267"] Navajo Changing Woman[/caption]


PAOS 2022
Thank you so much for looking at my bio. You can follow me on :

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shelaghjanemosaics/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shelaghjanemosaics/

 

I usually exhibit on the coat tails of impressionist artist Mary Kemp. After taking a break last year, we will be exhibiting again this year. We hope you can visit!

Shelagh Brady

My Mosaic background: I am a mosaic artist based in Peterborough. I started making mosaics originally as a form of More

    
[caption id="attachment_14352" align="alignright" width="353"] Frost. The inspiration for this painting were the patterns of frost on a window and the shapes and patterns that could simultaneously be seen through the window. Oil on stretched canvas. 1metre square.[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_14353" align="alignnone" width="533"] Kimmeridge Bay. We visited this Bay when holidaying in Dorset between lockdowns. The formation of rocks are strange and fascinating. Embedded in them are dinosaur fossils famous over the world. Oil on stretched canvas.[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_14354" align="alignleft" width="533"] Yard's End Dyke, Yaxley. One November morning in 2020 mists hung over the fields. They floated like ghosts in my direction and came to rest as a sheet across the dyke. It was magical. Oil on stretched canvas.[/caption]
                 
[caption id="attachment_14355" align="alignleft" width="265"] Portrait of a male model.[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_14356" align="alignright" width="320"] Portrait. Captain Tom.[/caption]

 
 
[caption id="attachment_14358" align="alignleft" width="394"] The Trinity. After a sermon on Trinity Sunday at our local church I was inspired to paint this representation of the words I'd heard. Sorry the picture is the wrong way round![/caption]
SANDRA HARPER www.artharper.com
I STARTED PAINTING with relish in 2010. Now at every opportunity I have a paintbrush in my hand. Everything seems to demand exploration. Consequently content, size, technique and style are continually changing. 

            

[caption id="attachment_6206" align="alignleft" width="373"] Naomi's Family. This painting was a commission and is a metre square. I thought about the characters in the family and matched flowers to each of them. For example, the delphinium, just left of centre represents a strong, upright member of the family whereas the red amarylis is a family member who is flamboyant and loves Christmas.[/caption]

INSPIRATION can happen at any time, anywhere. As a result paintings range from splodges to naturalistic landscape; from portraits to body forms; from complex compositions based on text to simple emotion expressed on canvas.                                                           

 Take a look at my website for current work.

[caption id="attachment_6337" align="alignleft" width="404"] The Wave.  In Lee Bay, North Devon the waves crash against the rocks and on the beach. Lying in the sea and looking along the wave, I saw an eye. This is my take on it.[/caption]

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="376"] Flood in Ferry Meadows.  In January 2018 Peterborough had downpours reminiscent of Mediterranean rain. The land in Ferry Meadows was completely covered in water. Amongst the trees I saw this fallen log. The light was blue/purple. It was a magical sight.[/caption]

           

 

 

 

 

 

 

[caption id="attachment_4494" align="alignright" width="236"] Lee Bay, North Devon. Oils on canvas. A small private beach with enormous rocks, beaten by the sea during winter months.[/caption]

 

For some landscapes I've found the lightness of watercolours appealing especially subjects that include trees, water and clouds. 

[caption id="attachment_4496" align="alignright" width="177"] Walk in the Spinney. Watercolour. The spinney is in Yaxley and is an oasis of peace and quiet situated beside St. Peter's Church and surrounded by countryside.[/caption]

Although oils are my great love I do dabble in watercolours when a scene demands it.

[caption id="attachment_4508" align="alignright" width="231"] The Girl with the Emerald earring. Oil on canvas. Grey floating frame.[/caption]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

During this year my focus has been on portraits and landscapes. Both inspired by Renaissance artists and Impressionists. 
YOU CAN FIND MORE AT  www.artharper.com    sandray.harper@yahoo.co.uk

 

 

Sandra Harper

                           SANDRA HARPER www.artharper.com I STARTED PAINTING with relish More

I create contemporary functional ceramics using traditional techniques. My pots are simplistic in form with a maximum of two glazes applied, often playing with the effect of the interaction between glazes.

 

Petra Wright

I create contemporary functional ceramics using traditional techniques. My pots are simplistic in form with a maximum of two glazes More

Designer / Maker of jewellery using freshwater pearls, gems, handmade beads and crystals collected over the last 30 years from all over the world.

Patricia Nieburg

Designer / Maker of jewellery using freshwater pearls, gems, handmade beads and crystals collected over the last 30 years from More

You've no idea how excited I am to be back exhibiting for this year's Open Studio. Shelagh Brady mosaic artist is showing with me again and we look forward to welcoming you with open arms.

My new paintings focus a lot on the Norfolk coast and the Derbyshire countryside.  They vary from small works, ideal for starting an original art collection or as a gift , to larger works to furnish the living room.  I've also included prints and my ever popular greetings cards.

I'm making sure the garden's at it's best and refreshments are ready. WELCOME!

I've posted sneak peeks of this new work on my facebook  and instagram feeds , so do have a look. They are also on my website  

 

 

Mary Kemp

You’ve no idea how excited I am to be back exhibiting for this year’s Open Studio. Shelagh Brady mosaic artist More

Mixed media work with a strong focus on the natural world, the human impact upon it and environmental issues.

Julie has been awarded as one of the six winners in the 41st Mini Print International de Cadaquès 2021. The exhibition in Cadaquès Catalunya, has been running for over 40 years and brings together works from over 640 artists worldwide who each submit 4 pieces of work using printmaking and it's tendencies. 
Julie will be showing similar pieces at her open studio exhibition to the winning piece entitled The Moon and the Poet. Just two weeks after PAOS she heads off to Spain for her solo exhibition in Gallery Taller Fort in the beautiful town of Cadaquès, famously the home of Dali and a draw to artists from across the globe.

Julie says,

"I am delighted to be, once again, opening my studio, garden & home gallery this year after a two year break. The Miniprint win means an awful lot to me and I am really excited to share similar works and the process behind the making of them in my studio"

ARTISTS STATEMENT

Continually learning, observing and absorbing; drawing energy from my particular surroundings to evoke a sense of place and contemplation is my aim.

Initially I draw in sketchbooks wherever I may be; beach, land or woodland, visually and literally note taking; plus although I do not work directly from photographs, the camera, photography and digital manipulations of an image are becoming an increasingly more important aspect of my work. It enables me to study the minutiae of nature and the usually unobserved, the structure of a seedhead, the line and texture within a rock or pebble; looking deeper and deeper into the surface to discover the abstract.

Primarily I choose collage to interpret my thoughts and drawings. It enables me to use a variety of media including recycled and handmade papers, water based inks and paints, charcoal and found objects.

Words are a vital part of the work though they are often hidden deep into the piece asking the viewer to look for them & the hidden meaning of what can initially appear to be a very quiet work. Inside it is shouting 'really look at me, I have so many stories to tell.'

It is a given that artists draw on nature: how can we not? As humans we are nature, it is all around us, it feeds us physically, spiritually & emotionally. This then begs the question why are we as humans, increasingly taking it for granted, ignoring it's vitality, destroying it and the climate that supports it and us by the overuse of man made materials, fossil fuels and unsustainable living. Finding ways to express this are of growing importance to me as time moves on. I intend that my work becomes an extension to my voice. However quiet they may both be in this world of sensory pollution.

Julie's work is shown and collected internationally

 

 

 

Julie Reid

Mixed media work with a strong focus on the natural world, the human impact upon it and environmental issues. Julie More

My oil paintings and drawings are of expressionistic themes of portraits and the Caribbean featuring prominently. Other portraits are of outsiders like clowns & tramps. Most oils are large size.

Showing 50 years of my painting and poetry.

"Travelling Shoes-My Story" (2018) is a book showing 20 years of my art & poetry, oil painting themes include Jamaican portraits and idiosyncratic characters like Nobby the Tramp.

 

[caption id="attachment_4807" align="alignnone" width="533"] Graham Ward - The Red Tree 2015[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_4832" align="alignnone" width="533"] Graham Ward Three Rockabilly Girls 1997[/caption]

 

[caption id="attachment_4824" align="alignnone" width="533"] Graham Ward Woman with Washing Line 2011[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_4820" align="alignnone" width="300"] Graham Ward Paul the Horse Dealer and his dog[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_4816" align="alignnone" width="246"] Graham Ward Slave to Love 1993[/caption]

Graham Ward

My oil paintings and drawings are of expressionistic themes of portraits and the Caribbean featuring prominently. Other portraits are of outsiders More

I create functional stoneware and porcelain pieces, thrown on the potter's wheel. Decoration is something I play around with; if it makes me smile, I tend to go with it.

There is a cafe on site and ample parking.

Fiona Swepson

I create functional stoneware and porcelain pieces, thrown on the potter’s wheel. Decoration is something I play around with; if More

My main body of work is driven by my desire to offer Afro Caribbean centred art and make it readily available to the everyday consumer in various product forms.  As black people, we sometimes struggle to see ourselves represented in films, books and in mainstream media, in a positive, non-stereotypical way. We also sometimes struggle to find products that reflect our skin colour and heritage, so I'm happy to be able to do something towards improving this problem.

In addition to the quite personal work described above, I enjoy exploring alternative themes and experimenting with a wide variety of media.

I began exploring abstract art because of the freedom to concentrate on shape, line, colour and pattern, without necessarily feeling the need to reproduce a likeness of an object, landscape or person.  I use watercolour paint as my main medium plus acrylic paint, gouache and ink, as it helps me to come up with fresh ideas and new work.  My use of sketchbooks to play around in is also an important part of my process.

Mixing traditional art mediums with digital techniques is also something I occasionally dabble in, and I use the Affinity Photo and Affinity Designer software for this work.

I offer many of my original works of art for sale as well as gicleè art prints, greeting cards and notebooks.

website: www.staceyanncole.com

email: info@staceyanncole.com

instagram: @sacoleart

facebook: Stacey-Ann Cole Art

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Stacey-Ann Cole

My main body of work is driven by my desire to offer Afro Caribbean centred art and make it readily More

I'm a professional artist focusing on wet and needle felted artwork. I gain inspiration from local wildlife, gardens and from my travels around the UK. I love to create large textile pieces which are wet felted with many layers of wool and silk.  Once felted, I spent weeks perfecting each piece using my felting needle.

Shalini and I will be in a gazebo outside of the Riverside Beads shop in Market Deeping. We will be demoing our crafts plus selling our work there.

Eve Marshall

I’m a professional artist focusing on wet and needle felted artwork. I gain inspiration from local wildlife, gardens and from More

I am inspired by the colour and movement in most rural scenes and particularly enjoy painting the colour and form of farm animals such as horses, sheep and cattle. Primarily interested in figurative work - I also enjoy a more abstract approach to my work I work mainly in Oils and Acrylics and enjoy making figurative ceramics.

Carolyn Goodwin

I am inspired by the colour and movement in most rural scenes and particularly enjoy painting the colour and form More

Handbuilt decorative stoneware ceramics, often finished in black matt glazing with impressed designs. Cheryll also likes to incorporate wires in some of her designs, especially Christmas decorations.

Cheryll Cadman

Handbuilt decorative stoneware ceramics, often finished in black matt glazing with impressed designs. Cheryll also likes to incorporate wires in More

An experimental artist who loves to capture light and colour.  My paintings are inspired by my surroundings both at home and abroad.  I use various media including oil, acrylic, pastel, mixed media and alcohol ink on a variety of surfaces.

Will also be exhibiting at The Yarrow Gallery, Glapthorn Road, Oundle PE8 4JF.  With 17 other artists as part of the Creative Oundle International Festival.   On display will be paintings, pottery, sculpture textiles, jewellery, photography, printing  and mosaic.  Dates of the exhibition are 9th to 16th July - opening times 10am-4pm.

 

Deirdre Blackburn

An experimental artist who loves to capture light and colour.  My paintings are inspired by my surroundings both at home More

Ann Ardron specialises in landscape painting, focusing on light and mood. She concentrates on evocative scenery including forests, water and mountains.

Ann started painting seriously in her late teens, and has been a professional artist since 2008. Using a range of media, she mainly portrays the natural world - seeking to capture the emotional essence of a scene.

Much of her work reflects her lifelong enjoyment of walking in the UK countryside, and many paintings show the local landscape in its various moods through out the year. Trees and forests are a frequent subject, often featuring a hint of the path ahead. As she spends more time in the Lake District, much of her more recent work reflects that region's mountainous scenery and atmospheric weather.

Ann’s passion for travel is also an inspiration, so the almost bucolic local scenes mingle in her studio with vivid portrayals of tropical seas and more distant scenery. In recent years she has also started to focus on water as a subject, concentrating on the details of surface reflections from the unseen landscape above.

Please contact an if you would like to commission a bespoke painting from her. She is happy to work from photographs of a favourite landscape, and also takes portrait commissions.

Ann Ardron

Ann Ardron specialises in landscape painting, focusing on light and mood. She concentrates on evocative scenery including forests, water and More

My stoneware ceramic work draws inspiration from the British coastline and from my surrounding Fenland landscape. I construct using slab building techniques and my designs are incised into the clay by hand. I use tools made from found objects on my walks to mark make onto the clay, and my own slips to decorate.  My new work is informed by the many walks along rural farm droves here and the isolated Fenland farm buildings.

Weather permitting, over the Open Studio weekend we plan to do a pit firing each day (starting the first pit fire on the Friday) and Christine & Brian Withall will be demonstrating the raku process over the whole weekend.

Exhibiting from my pottery studio which is located on our working farm in Benwick, we are surrounded by the rural open Fenland landscape. On your visit you are welcome to walk the re-wilded meadow trail at the front of the house, where a path has been mowed to view the indigenous plants and insects.

This year I will be joined by Debbie Davis (www.debbieonthebrink.com) who will be showing her beautiful individual handbuilt ceramics, decorated in a variety of methods and demonstrating her love of drawing. She will also have her original artwork on display. Christine Withall will be exhibiting a selection of her stunning ceramics, including her African ladies and tactile pinch pots (www.sunspots.co.uk).  Brian Withall, will be exhibiting his exciting experiments in glasswork. Kerry Richardson's Keramika Creations will be on show; porcelain pieces incorporated into themed jewellery ranges, unique artworks and glass bubbles.  Lesley Adolphson (www.Lesleyadolphson.com) will be showing her striking  individual handmade silver jewellery. Andrea Van Kleef (Andrea.vankleef@gmail.com) will be here with her handwoven textile pieces, using natural fibres and with emphasis on texture, design and colour. All the artists joining me have their own Artist's page to view on this website for more information.

The water urn will be hot for you to help yourself to tea or coffee, with cold drinks and homemade cakes available too.  Plenty of outdoor seating should you wish to just come and watch the demonstrations.

To see more images of my work and Fenland farming life please search @denisebrownceramics  and @ecbrownfarms on Instagram.

www.denisebrownceramics.co.uk

 

Denise Brown

My stoneware ceramic work draws inspiration from the British coastline and from my surrounding Fenland landscape. I construct using slab More

My inspiration comes mainly from the infinite form, patterns & colours of nature.  Nature's palette with a pinch of the abstract, Islamic geometry - bright, vibrant and usually lots of swirls!  Designs incorporating glass and ceramic tiles, gemstones and beads, with an Islamic/Arabic influence.
Beginners/intermediate mosaic workshops offered - please contact me for details.




[caption id="attachment_4658" align="alignnone" width="300"] Community mosaic paving stone now installed in the Green Backyard gardens[/caption]




I have designed and coordinated several community mosaics in and around Peterborough.  The biggest & most recent one being the Froglife mural, commissioned by the charity Froglife and installed at the Green Backyard on Oundle Rd.  This 4ft by 8ft glass mosaic mural was created with the help of over 100 volunteers (most of whom were complete beginners in mosaic art) and took 5 months to complete through workshops held twice a week at The Green Backyard.  It is situated on the back of a sheltered bench, beside the pond and depicts images of plants and animals found in and around the pond.    The mural represents a celebration of the community who came together, braving some of the coldest winter months, to create a masterpiece!


[caption id="attachment_4656" align="alignnone" width="600"] The Froglife mural installed at The Green Backyard, Peterborough.[/caption]


 

Last year I was commissioned by the Uppingham In Bloom Committee to deliver a community mosaic project in Uppingham, Leicestershire.  We designed and created a beautiful mosaic flower-covered stone plinth to commemorate and celebrate 35 years of the annual 'Uppingham in Bloom' event.  This piece was installed in one of the flower beds in the town centre & Uppingham went on to win the East Midlands In Bloom Gold Award 2018



 

Mahemuda Arsalani

My inspiration comes mainly from the infinite form, patterns & colours of nature.  Nature’s palette with a pinch of the More

Fabric forms the base of much of my work along with stitch and embellishments to create art works based on nature.  My work is continually evolving and changing and now experimenting with goldwork embroidery. I also manipulate fabric and stitch to create wearable art, continually developing processes for unique items.

This year I have developed more time with bead work incorporating goldwork embroidery. I am still basing work on natural forms with the use of colour and texture in the forefront of my work. It is a time consuming process as each bead is sewn on individually to form wearable pieces of art, in this case brooches.

 

Sue Keen

Fabric forms the base of much of my work along with stitch and embellishments to create art works based on More

 Looking forward to welcoming you back.

 

Sea, Sky and lanscape inspire my work.

These richly textured  and atmospheric paintings are semi abstract and expressionistic.

Rather than mimic nature, I prefer to describe the qualities of a subjective experience.

Ceramics is an exciting and natural progression of my work. Hand-building and manipulating clay into objects inspired by nature’s forms and structures is an extension of my textured, atmospheric paintings. Latest work includes ceramic Wall Art, currently showcased in galleries around the UK.

Previous and current exhibitions include:
V&A London in the ‘Inspired by…’ Exhibition
 Cecelia Colman Gallery, London
 VK Gallery, St Ives, Cambridge
Ferrers Gallery, Ashby de la Zouch
Atholl Gallery, Perthshire
Dotty Gallery, Twyford, Leicestershire
Doghouse Gallery, Comber, Northern Ireand
Whitehouse Gallery, Kirkcudbright, Scotland
Solo Gallery, Sheffield
Strathearn Gallery, Crieff, Perthshire
Neil's Gallery, Filey, North Yorkshire
Inspired by Gallery, Danby, North Yorkshire Moors
 Stamford Arts Gallery
Art in the Heart, Peterborough
Rutland Open Art, Rutland County Museum Oakham
 Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery 
 Atelier East, ‘Best in Show’ 2011

www.reneviner.co.uk

 

 

Rene Viner

 Looking forward to welcoming you back.   Sea, Sky and lanscape inspire my work. These richly textured  and atmospheric paintings are More

[caption id="attachment_7623" align="alignnone" width="540"] Yorkshire Cliffs sketched from rocks below Staithes ... during low tide and in very strong winds! Painted once back in ‘studio’[/caption]

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Prue Pye's life paintings contain a quiet presence reflected in earth colours and are the main body of her work. Abstracted landscapes described in sweeps and blocks of colour are also a favoured subject.

"My wanting to paint is a wanting to explore the ordinary and extraordinary of humanness. Drawing or painting in ways that communicate or speak of recognition and familiarity."

Born and raised in Africa, my fine art studies as a mature student led me to discover and develop life paintings with a contemporary feel. A need to express myself in colour gave me a language in paint. I had taught botanical studies and the modelling of flowers for many years and these tiny, fragile pieces later turned to the direction of larger, expressive painting.

Formal art training
A level – 3D Art and sculpture - Jun 2001
BTEC Diploma Foundation Studies in Art and Design - Jul 2000
A level - Art and Design, Fine Art - Jun 1998

Prue’s Work is held in private collections in
The USA - New York, Washington, York/Pennsylvania, Baltimore
Canada - Vancouver
The UK - London, Stamford, Rutland, Peterborough, Weybridge, Scotland - Glasgow, Yorkshire
South Africa and Zimbabwe

Please take a look at the Peterborough Gift Shop where you can see and purchase some of my current work. 

 

Prue Pye

Prue Pye’s life paintings contain a quiet presence reflected in earth colours and are the main body of her work. More

 

Although PAOS for 2020 has been postponed Paul's work can still be seen and purchased if desired on https://www.artintheheart.co.uk/store/paul-saunders-photography/. Highlight the web address and right-click and follow the link.

Paul, a Peterborough-based photographer, produces traditional, art photography and photo restorations. His speciality is Art Photography and photo restoration. He has become known for his Edwardian actress restorations. A number of restorations for private clients have been commissioned and completed to their delight. The restoration process can be either a straightforward tidy-up of small marks or corrections. For instance, from, say sepia toning back to black and white or vice versa. A tidy up or tinting, removing backgrounds, and people, and adding new images of people or new backgrounds.

Art photography is his main interest at the moment. As he completes each image, his enthusiasm for probing further in this direction increases. Many people may think that photography is a poor relation to 'proper' art but Paul states, 'many hours over several weeks can be spent setting up a photo, and there can be no certainty of a successful outcome, there are many failures, but Paul says there is a great feeling of satisfaction when an idea comes to fruition..

Paul says that working with glass is especially difficult. However much it is cleaned before the image is taken it seems to attract any passing dust. Working with glass and backgrounds with straight lines can also be a challenge. You will see the finished article in his exhibition but you won't see the hours spent getting everything as perfect as possible. Paul's restoration experience comes in very useful during the post-processing of the image.

During the PAOS period, Paul will be happy to assess photographs for restoration, but at this year's venue will not be able to do demonstrations, however, there will be before and after restoration photographs available to view. Commissions accepted for photo restorations.

 

Paul also has work displayed on,

https://www.artintheheart.co.uk/store/paul-saunders-photography/

Paul Saunders - digital downloads & prints (picfair.com)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paul Saunders

  Although PAOS for 2020 has been postponed Paul’s work can still be seen and purchased if desired on https://www.artintheheart.co.uk/store/paul-saunders-photography/. More

Having painted with watercolours and acrylics for a long time, I am now enjoying working mostly with oils. However hard I try to vary my work, maybe  with the occasional  abstract or playing with inks, I always come back to landscapes and the colour blue. Recent travel restrictions have meant that inspiration has had to come from the UK rather than further afield.

 

We are so pleased to be back with Open Studios this year and look forward to welcoming visitors again. We will do our best to keep everyone Covid-safe and hope that all our visitors will be considerate of each other. There is plenty of space to keep distanced especially in the garden.

Linda Dalton

Having painted with watercolours and acrylics for a long time, I am now enjoying working mostly with oils. However hard More

I have always spent time making things. As a child I made doll's clothes after learning to knit and sew alongside my  mother. As an adult I continued to make clothes, bags and jewellery. At Teacher Training College my personal study subject was ceramics. Skills I acquired back in the seventies are now in full use again in my work with metal clay.

I started making silver jewellery in 2009 when I embarked on a City & Guilds Silver Jewellery Making course. It wasn't long before I discovered silver metal clay. What an amazing material; I couldn't believe my luck - to be able to make pieces in clay, fire them and they turn into metal...fine silver. Wow! This material has inspired me!

I specialise in making free-form hollow beads and many of my pieces contain one or more of these bespoke beads. I use silver metal clay to make pendants and also charms for earrings and bracelets in conjunction with sterling silver wire and sheet.

I make jewellery that I would like to wear myself and what a joy to create striking individual pieces that others love too!

Take a look at https://www.peterboroughgiftshop.com/collections/lesley-adolphson-jewellery where you can see some of my work.

Lesley Adolphson

I have always spent time making things. As a child I made doll’s clothes after learning to knit and sew More

Keramika Creations has evolved further this year. Kerry has expanded into new larger works. The combination of recycled lustred porcelain has created unusual themed works on different surfaces.



 

Keramika Creations

Keramika Creations has evolved further this year. Kerry has expanded into new larger works. The combination of recycled lustred porcelain More

Kay loves to experiment with colour and its interactions in her mosaic and textile work. She is a professional member of the British Association for Modern Mosaic. Garden open.

Kay describes her practice as:

'I am a mosaic and textile artist working in Peterborough. In mosaics I use hand cut patterned, plain and mirrored glass with recycled ceramics. I create panels for indoors or outdoors, mirrors, vases and hangings. My textile work encompasses layerering silks, sheers and paper with free machine and hand stitching'.

 

Kay Hall

Kay loves to experiment with colour and its interactions in her mosaic and textile work. She is a professional member More

Inspired by nature, place & people... from insects to an ancient forgotten meadow.
💚CLICK HERE TO BOOK YOUR TIME TO VISIT 💚

Open by appointment only on 2 & 3, 9 & 10th July 2022.  Come with a small group of friends / family, or on your own.  Click HERE to book, or message me via Facebook / Instagram or Twitter.

A treasure-trove of miniature mixed media moths and porcelain sculptures, handmade greetings cards & more. Plus my 'Meadow and Sea' porcelain including tealight holders & other decorative items.

 

About Kathryn...

I am a visual story teller and mixed media artist, I weave together tales of people, places and the natural world.  My work is research-based, project-based and driven by curiosity and a love of exploring.

The materials I choose to use depends on the story to be told; from miniature moths made from natural treasures to porcelain corals.

 

I am Artist in Residence with Langdyke Countryside Trust.

 
Exhibitions, Events & Workshops...
My work has been exhibited at The Victoria and Albert Museum, The National Centre for Craft & Design (solo and group exhibitions), Woodwalton Fen, and as site specific interventions at Burghley House, John Clare Cottage, Northampton Museum and Derby Museum.  Please see my website for more information about exhibitions, events and workshops.

To subscribe to my mailing list click here.
To see more or get in touch...
Visit my website, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

 

Kathryn Parsons

Inspired by nature, place & people… from insects to an ancient forgotten meadow. 💚CLICK HERE TO BOOK YOUR TIME TO More

The majority of my paintings are acrylic as I enjoy working with bright colours and textures. I have been trying to paint watercolours again in a more semi abstract way.

Judy Horman

The majority of my paintings are acrylic as I enjoy working with bright colours and textures. I have been trying More

I draw, print and paint figures and objects in exterior and interior spaces. I'm still experimenting with materials and techniques, continuously looking at colour, light, form, shadows, depth, texture and line in my work.

Colourful acrylic and water colour paintings, plus monotype print sketches on display. I am inspired by the people and life around me.

Josephine Kelly

I draw, print and paint figures and objects in exterior and interior spaces. I’m still experimenting with materials and techniques, More

Jeni finds the medium of metal a perfect way to express her ideas on nature, there’s a delicacy yet enduring strength and resilience in nature as there is in metal.

Jeni Cairns

Jeni finds the medium of metal a perfect way to express her ideas on nature, there’s a delicacy yet enduring More

I have been painting now for twenty years starting with drawing and then oils and on to watercolour and now mainly mixed media. In love with the natural surroundings, mostly landscapes, especially trees, my recent paintings are predominantly trees in different forms. Painted in an impressionistic style, I like colour and atmosphere.

Do come and see my new work.

Jean Edwards

I have been painting now for twenty years starting with drawing and then oils and on to watercolour and now More

I'm a children's book author and illustrator- I work predominantly in watercolour, soft pastel and collage, and love to draw animals! My eighth book, Balancing Bernie, features lots of dogs, and was published in November 2021 by Hodder Children's Books.

Having spent much of my time at school doodling covertly on the last pages of my exercise books, I went on to complete a degree in Graphic Design at Bath Spa University, specialising in illustration, followed by a Master’s degree in Children’s Book Illustration at Cambridge School of Art. After graduating in 2007, I began to write and illustrate picture books alongside teaching art classes in a primary school, during which I invariably managed to get more paint on myself than the children did!

Now fully freelance, I create books and run children’s art classes from my studio (see Artivity), ably assisted by my basset hound, William.

You can see more of my work on my website, http://www.elliesandall.com or my Facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/EllieSandall

Ellie Sandall

I’m a children’s book author and illustrator- I work predominantly in watercolour, soft pastel and collage, and love to draw More

I continue to explore further shapes and forms. Adapting to change has altered how I react to the clay and textures. Still loving the abstract form I am now experimenting with alternative clays. Raku still excites and surprises me, and I enjoy the shared experience that Raku firing gives.

Please take a look at a selection of my ceramic African ladies that are currently for sale on the online Peterborough Gift Shop here.

On the weekend of 9th-10th July I will be with Denise Brown at her studio (Grange Farm, Whittlesey, Benwick,  Cambridgeshire PE15 0XU)
I am bringing new work plus some favourites. Lots of fun and surprises also demonstrating Raku with Brian Withall.


[caption id="attachment_863" align="alignnone" width="246"] Christine Withall ceramic pinch pots[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_10596" align="alignleft" width="200"] Christine Withall African Lady Diya[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_10597" align="alignnone" width="293"] Christine Withall's ceramic maisons[/caption]

Christine Withall

I continue to explore further shapes and forms. Adapting to change has altered how I react to the clay and More

Glass is a medium that I find has a wide range of colours that can be combined together in many form.

I have continued to develop kiln carving as a interest, and from this added effects within the carved space.  A recently attended course has shown me other avenues to explore.

On the weekend of the 9-10th July I will be in residence at Denise Brown's studio (Grange Farm, Whittlesey, Benwick, Cambridgeshire PE15 OXU) demonstrating Raku with Christine Withall.

 

[caption id="attachment_13443" align="alignnone" width="300"] Eggbe Brian Withall[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_13441" align="alignnone" width="300"] Kiln formed letters Brian Withall[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_13442" align="alignnone" width="300"] Kiln formed numbers Brian Withall[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_13444" align="alignnone" width="450"] Dichroic bowl Brian Withall[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_14440" align="alignnone" width="404"] Alphabet letters Brian Withall[/caption]

Brian Withall

Glass is a medium that I find has a wide range of colours that can be combined together in many More

Artivity is an art school in Market Deeping for children and young people, and each year as part of Open Studios we have a celebratory exhibition of our talented students' work! We offer quality term time art tuition, holiday workshops and Arts Award courses for 4-16 year olds, and our classes are designed to complement the Early Years and Key Stage 1-4 art curriculum. We work with small groups, covering a wide variety of arts activities including drawing, painting, collage, sculpture, printmaking and textiles. Our aim is to inspire and enable creative children and young people in the Deepings and surrounding areas to further their engagement with the arts. Come along and see what we've been up to! Find out more at www.artivitystudios.co.uk

Artivity

Artivity is an art school in Market Deeping for children and young people, and each year as part of Open More

Pictures about how I see life.

To get more of an idea of what I do please have a look at anniebellamy on Instagram or Ann Bellamy pictures on Facebook

 

Ann Bellamy

Pictures about how I see life. To get more of an idea of what I do please have a look More

Textile and mixed media artist exploring art and natural history, with particular reference to biodiversity and environmental issues. Visit the working studio and talk about ideas in development.
Initially taking a BSc in Zoology, Anita followed a career in IT, as a software developer and analyst, but after graduating with a first class degree in Stitched Textiles  she left IT, her career having gone from Science to Technology and finally Art.

This unusual path undoubtedly explains the content of her work - a fascination with the delicate balance of the natural world, the cycle of life. It reflects her concerns about the exploitation of nature and the earth's resources by man, disrupting this balance and resulting in habitat loss and accelerated climate change. This has a major impact on biodiversity, a lifelong passion. Her work with structures and forms symbolises this fragile web of connections.

Anita's process revolves around constructing sculptural forms from thread. She uses looping and knotting processes such as knitting and non traditional materials such as wire and paper thread. Research develops a narrative, another layer. For instance, her knitted plankton developed from the zoological background and computational algorithms to generate new 'mutated' life forms, representing evolutionary development. They were widely exhibited with the 'Hyperbolic Crocheted Coral Reef' despite being neither coral or crocheted.

Anita has also undertaken site-specific residencies in museums and heritage sites. Detailed research identifies stories and ideas that connect to personal themes, but the process has to be more flexible - calling on a wider skill set to make work appropriate to the site. This has included digitally printing over-scale feathers for Burghley House and a flock of birds screen printed with the poet John Clare’s handwriting for his dovecot. Although the work has a different impetus, subject matter recurrs – creatures of the sea, birds, moths, hedges, trees, text - and connections becoming increasingly visible.

Anita Bruce

Textile and mixed media artist exploring art and natural history, with particular reference to biodiversity and environmental issues. Visit the More

I have been building a science-arts project in a mature garden just outside Peterborough in Ailsworth during 2021 and the first part of 2022.

Visitors will be able to view the finished observatory build as well as see some of the ideas that went into the visual artworks incorporated into the structure. 

 I will be taking part in the first two weekends of PAOS 2022 and also have some work in the RA Summer Exhibition this year.

During lockdown I made an instagram account @tufiarts with over 550 posts and highlights from my artwork, covering the period 1987 to 2022. 

You also can click on the website button on this page and it will take you through to my new website which is being made at the moment: www.toveyarts.co.uk

About James Tovey Artist and Craftsman

I love drawing, making and building things, from visual 2d images through to large wooden structures. I try and draw everyday, noting my ideas and exploring where next my work will take me.  I make drawing and paintings to commission, offer private tuition and also run a craft business manufacturing and repairing bespoke wooden items and boats; see one of these new build projecst that also incorporates my some of my artwork at PAOS 2022.

For commission, tuition or business enquiries please call me on: 07908794691. Open normal office hours.


About James Tovey: Artist and Craftsman, born 1971.
see my profile on Instagram: ᛏᚢᚠᛁ 

Education:Byam Shaw School of Art
Universities of Hull and Exeter
International Boatbuilding Training College Lowestoft 
Some examples of my exhibitions and events:
James Tovey and John Elson Pop Up Art Production Studio

The Vivacity Unit has been set up as a production studio for the week of live art. Visitors can get involved in the drawing experience as well as talking to John and myself about our methods and ideas. See the creative process from conception to the digital version ready to submit for publication. You could also get drawn...! Each of us makes very different work but both of us often use digital tablets to work on, we can also offer hand drawn portraits should a visitor want to sit for one. John’s speciality is caricatures which have proved very popular at many events around the country including last years Peterborough beer festival.When:From Saturday 1st February – Sunday 9th February 2020
10am - 5.30pm daily (Late night Thursday till 7pm)
10am - 4pm Sundays
Where:Vivacity Unit, Queensgate, Peterborough. (Guildhall entrance off Cathedral Square)Over the last few years Peterborough's leading cultural charity Vivacity has been donating their shop unit to artists from Peterborough Artist Open Studios to showcase their work. This February 2020, the unit will once again be set up as an art space, going live with art in action, demonstrations and the chance to get involved creating some new energetic designs, some even destined for digital output and online presentation.Open for a week, the space features work from two of Peterborough’s artists, James Tovey and John Elson. The two artists have worked together on numerous community projects including the successful Future Floodlands event held in Cathedral Precincts and a two week project at the Westraven Community Garden building Peterborough's first SolarPunk eco-constructivist sculptures as well as running workshops with the local community.You can also get details on how to become part of Peterborough's growing arts community in joining the yearly Peterborough Artists Open Studios event. Exhibition organised by Peterborough Cathedral Education team and Peterborough Environment and City Trust. Located at new building, Peterborough Cathedral, August to October 2019 to coincide with the Luke Jerram Gaia installation.The artwork idea was originated from bench ends and miserchord designs, particularly the Mermaid of Zennor.Framed in a large red oak frame and set up on a specially built temporary stand in the new building, the artwork received over 800 engagements many from Peterborough school children, The picture has been widely viewed and engaged with on the internet. A further note on the making of Mermaid with her Mahi-Mahi and Oceanplastic: I held all the seaplastic objects in my hand whilst painting them, there is no fixed view point or vanishing point in the painting. The objects were never arranged other than in the painting for the effect of pattern and the illusion of space. The depth and space in the painting comes from the scale compared to the viewer and the mermaid and her fish. Some objects are larger than life-size, others smaller. I purposely did not play with combining different viewpoints in a cubist manner nor reverse perspective in a David Hockney type way; but the floating placement without a single perspective position and the conscious play of scale does nod to Hockney in that respect. The original concept was to make use of black delineations in a cartoon/graphic manner consistent with my ink drawings but that would have then flattened to space and obstructed the content as I felt its method would have become too dominant. I was injured at the time and had to paint with my right hand as well as my left it slowed me down and I averaged about six pieces of plastic a day, overall the picture took about a month to make, the sea blues had to be painted a few times to help with the depth in the pigment.‘Drift’

The Peterborough Open: 29th March 2019 – 26th May, Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery #peterboroughmuseum

#pboromakefest 2018

Fifth Musician of the #Plastocalypse @#plastigeddon in the #plasticene . See the figure recently made during #pboromakefest 2018, by a gang of small and tall builders; on temporary exhibition in the Peterborough Museum Garden.

with Milly Tovey at Peterborough Museum & Vivacity Heritage.

Plastic, Native, Temple

Vivacity Unit, Queensgate Peterborough, PE1 1PU

7th - 20th May 2018


Plastic is now ubiquitous.
We’re living through the Plasticene. 
You can buy a 2.4m plastic cactus for your hallway; you won’t have to water a real cactus using tap water, that itself now contains plastic micro-particles.

[caption id="attachment_4697" align="alignleft" width="600"] Mermaid and oceanplastic 2018[/caption]

‘The plastic arts’ is a term that had existed long before plastic itself. I have wanted to try and look at the plastic objects I had collected over the last few years as naively as possible, as though life-drawn for the first time by an art student intent on learning through prolonged observation. Not interested in the Neoplastism of the De Stijl movement, instead my initial thoughts were of a metamorphosis and of bringing ancient mythology and plastic ¬- a 20th century invention - together in an uncomfortable way. However I found myself reluctant to go too far down the path of the collision of two plastic objects to transmogrify into a third construct - yet there is a definite modernist basis for some of the elements.

The mermaid painting backdrop idea came from a small toy figure found as sea plastic litter. It is actually the top half part of a small Barbie figurine, but I initially thought it to be Disney’s The Little Mermaid. I researched mermaid art and came across the mermaid of Zennor and was attempting to build a composition around that and some lines from Ovid but the plastic overwhelmed it.

Wood is an obvious counterpoint and natural contrast with which I have felt more at ease. The plastic components are essentially ready-mades although altered by collision with natural processes in the environment and some minor assemblage. Wood is also an ancient, relevant building material. In this installation, the wood forms a sanctuary, a natural structure and the plastic is an imposition on it and in it.

There is no doubt the terrible convenient addiction that societies have developed for plastic eases the struggle against decay in the short term. What now looks to be a permanent error is that plastic is with us for the foreseeable and has been injected into the human food chain. I can imagine a child born being described as a plastic native to perhaps a planet slowly choking at Plastigeddon,



[caption id="attachment_4574" align="alignnone" width="600"] Polystyrene skulls and accumulated plastic 2018[/caption]

AFTER THE FALL:

Friday 29th & Saturday 30th December 2017,

Castor Village Hall, Peterborough Road, Castor, PE5 7AX.

Open 10am - 10pm FREE ADMISSION

Castor Ales Brewery will be providing a bar for exhibition veiwers refreshment.

Inktober 2017:

The Inktober drawings gave me the chance to renew my interest in illustration techniques I had learnt at school,  University and work, as well as refreshing my memory of technical ink drawing techniques and the many ways a drawing can be put together in preparation for publication

Buy my work at:

https://www.saatchiart.com/Tovey

https://www.stateoftheartmarketplace.co.uk/en/tufiarts

see more at:

James Tovey Artist

https://www.instagram.com/tufiarts/



 

James Tovey

I have been building a science-arts project in a mature garden just outside Peterborough in Ailsworth during 2021 and the More

 

My work is very diverse in subject matter and I work in a variety of mediums such as pencils, charcoal, pastels, oils and watercolour. The majority of my art being self-taught but I also undertook some formal fine arts training at the London Guildhall University.

Originally trained as a graphic designer, I worked in the music industry producing record sleeves and printed materials for a period that exceeded 20 years. Almost half of this time spent managing my own graphic studio.

 

Since my first solo exhibition in 2008 I have been showing my work regularly and is pro-active in promoting and documenting local art in Peterborough. As well as producing a small quarterly newsletter, I am also an active committee member of two local art groups.

 

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Tony Nero

  My work is very diverse in subject matter and I work in a variety of mediums such as pencils, More

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