Pineapples are the symbol of hospitality. You will certainly get a warm welcome from the artists working and exhibiting at Lower Way Farm. Diana delights in the collaboration with clients. Bronze or ceramic commissions are a fulfillment of personal wishes and dreams, be it from nature, animals or abstract shapes. See Diana’s sculptures at the OS2017 Open Air Sculpture
Exhibitions at Donnington Grove, Shaw House and West Berkshire Community Hospital.
Belinda has a background in Architecture and Botanical Art and works here at Lower Way as a picture framer at Inner Piece Framing. This year she has been exploring the Silverpoint technique and will be showing some more examples of work using silver, copper and gold. There will also be watercolours based on her walks within the local countryside.
What excites me to paint? Perhaps it's the way the light falls or a reflection or even just a different viewpoint. But mostly it is the light. I love colour and shapes and moods but mainly I aim for a sense of stillness much needed in this chaotic world. I teach locally , give workshops and also am showing my work in the library as well this year.
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Design with vibrant colour on silk and you've got a heady combination that delights the eye. Sarah's exploration of movement of ink and her confidence and playfulness in patterns and marks are just delightful. The enjoyment of the process, use of different mediums, paper and print shines through each work. Workshops run by Sarah are very popular. To book your place, information below or at Pineapple Palace.
Now in a new workshop by the river at Lower Way Farm, my love for nature and the outdoors has been awakened. This year I have played more with slip casting and burnishing to create smooth and soft finishes whilst experimenting with natural marking techniques.
I shall be exhibiting at Sandham Chapel and Pineapple Palace.
To book an appointment at my studio please email me.