This March, PAOS artists Prue Pye, Kathryn Parsons, Eve Marshall and Charron Pugsley-Hill will be exhibiting with Open Upp Art, in the beautiful market town of Uppingham, Rutland. For three weeks, Open Upp Art will be bringing life to a vacant shop in Uppingham town centre, with contemporary artworks and design products created by more than 20 selected artists and makers.
All are invited to the opening party on Friday 1st March – please let us know if you are able to come, by contacting Kathryn by Tuesday 26th February – email@example.com
Opening Party – Friday 1st March, 3pm – 9:30pm
Exhibition – Saturday 2nd March – Saturday 23rd March 2019
Opening Hours – Monday-Saturday, 11am – 6pm, free entry
Address – 8 Ayston Road, Uppingham, Rutland, LE15 9RL
Prue Pye – seeks to capture the multi faceted layers and colour that exists within us all. It is a search for an essential humanness, and therefore faces are not recorded, but hinted at; a sense of universality and truth.
Kathryn Parsons – Using hand modelled porcelain and found treasures, Kathryn creates intricate miniature sculptures. Through them she weaves together tales of people, places and the small details of the natural world.
Eve Marshall – Is inspired by the countryside she lives in and her wacky brain. She creates detailed images with wet and needle felting techniques. Eve loves using bold colours a lot of texture which allows you to get lost in her art.
Charron Pugsley-Hill – creates large colourful paintings and installations inspired by nature and flowers. Created intuitively, in the moment each piece aims to bring colour and happiness to tell stories about the world in which we live.
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