Light, shade and colour are explored in Ann's landscapes and flower paintings. Inspired by the beauty of the changing seasons, Ann's paintings reflect her love of the countryside near her home. She works in acrylics, watercolours, gouache, pastels and ink.
In the past year Jane has been exploring different methods and techniques in the development of her artwork. The paintings exhibited will show some of the results of this journey. The materials used are acrylics, watercolour, inks and pastels.
Jane will be running a free watercolour painting workshop during Open Studios, click here for details.
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Gill continues to explore colour on both fabric and paper. Using procion dye, acrylics, hand stitch and printmaking she works with markmaking and texture to create intriguing compositions. Landscape is becoming an increasing inspiration for her as she enjoys travelling in remote locations from the Highlands of Scotland to Cappadocia in Turkey.
Along with her colleagues, part of Sue’s work this year is inspired by the village of Headley – some pictorial and some more abstract. Continuing to explore her stitched sketches, she uses her sewing machine and hand sewing to make marks into fabric and paper, colouring with dyes, paints and threads.
Julies decorative pieces are informed by forms and reflections found in pools, streams and shorelines both locally and further afield. They are designed to capture the subtle play of light and pattern both in and around water
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