Sunday, 30 March 2014

Somerset Open Studio 2014

We are open for visitors!

VENUE 107
From the Market Square in Somerton, pass the White Hart and the Globe pubs, - follow along Kirkham Street,  then bear right on the bend for Parsonage Hill, 
and 2 Mount Hey is the first right.
(We are NOT part of the Town Hall Gallery exhibition)

After an enjoyable first two days of Open Studio, we look forward to the next 2 weeks. Come and join us in a new home/gallery and studio venue.
We have a wonderful selection of framed and mounted work, in addition to gift cards and books for sale.




20th September - 5 October, 2014  
Open every day except 22, 23, 29 and 30th September (Monday and Tuesdays)
11 - 6pm 


Sandra Meech
 
Sandra trained as an artist and graphic designer in Canada, 
working as an illustrator for magazines. Now working in mixed media and 
stitched textiles, photography inspires work on a variety of themes that 
include the Arctic - ice, glaciers - the effects of global warming and 
endangered forests. 
Recently moving to the West Country, new work has explored the 'levels' 
and other Somerset and Dorset locations with new compositions 
in paper, fabric and stitch.  
Sandra is a published author of creative books on art textiles, 
teaching and exhibiting in the UK and internationally.

For the Open Studio weeks, Sandra will be featuring collage and 
stitch compositions inspired by the winter floods on the levels and inspiration beyond. 
Work includes photo imagery, marks, painted cloth, - collage compositions 
in paper fabric and stitch.

To see more about Sandra and her work visit   
www.sandrameech.com    and     
www.sandrameech-art.blogspot.com

Vera Sheaf

Originally trained as a painter with a degree in Fine Art from Reading University, 
Vera has explored printmaking techniques in recent years. 
She finds these two ways of working complementary. 
A studio based artist, her inspiration comes mainly from landscape. 
Many quick drawings are made on the spot which become 
transformed by time, memory and process.
During the art weeks Vera will be showing new paintings, prints and collages 
celebrating colour, composition and mark making. 
Imagery inspired by surprising spaces in the artists environment.
More of Vera's work can be seen at www.verasheaf.co.uk 
We will both be present during this open studio event 
and there will be daily demonstrations.
Cards, books and work will be on sale.




1 comment:

  1. Looking forward to visiting you in open studios.

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