I am having an exhibition of my paintings, prints and drawings in my home village of Pilton, Somerset as part of ‘Somerset Art Works’.
It is located in a lovely barn, and overlooks the Glastonbury Festival Pyramid stage which is a bit of a change from the big city. Do come along if you can, we even have cake and tea!
What is Somerset Art Works?
Somerset Art Weeks is an annual two week countywide celebration of the variety and quality of contemporary visual art that can be found in Somerset.
“We initiate a wide range of projects in a variety of settings, working in partnership with other arts and non-arts organisations, supporting the artists who enrich our lives and always integrating artists’ professional development. We work to increase public engagement, weaving together communities and raising the profile of the vibrant contemporary visual, digital and applied arts scene in Somerset.”
See more on their site here
Who am I exhibiting with?
I am exhibiting with five other creatives, and we have a pretty wide range of items including painting, jewellery, textiles, ceramics and collage.
My fellow artists are:
Lis Lawrence – Unique hats and accessories in handmade felt
Peter Lawrence – Bold watercolour paintings
Lavinia Cellan Jones – Beautiful ceramics
Dimitris Koutroumpas – Paper collage and decoupage furniture
Fay Rickwood – Jewellery maker using up-cycled objects
So there will be plenty to see and buy, should you wish to come along.
The barn at Worthy Cottage, Worthy Lane, Pilton, Somerset, BA4 4BY
When are we open?
- Open daily from the 3rd to the 18th of October from 11am to 6pm
- Disabled Access – Partial (Access to limited areas of venue, including uneven surfaces such as gravel and narrow access)
If you want to meet up, then there is a fairly good chance I am about the studio, so please feel free to contact me first and I will come over to the venue to see you.
Mail me or call me on 07812 191082
How to get there
Parking – Onsite Parking
Directions – We are very easy to find and are Signposted from A361 on the Glastonbury side of Pilton. Also see the map below for more details.
Map of Pilton showing our location