Congratulations to Jo Sheppard and both her children for getting into the Leicester open at the Newarke House Museum
Jo Sheppard, Sally Reayer and Susan West have been successful in getting their work accepted in The Rutland Open
Here are some photos of our exhibition, Looking Back, hanging in the Curve gallery
Entry to the gallery space is free.
Always good, with some interesting work in the gardens. Finishes end of October. I have 2 for one tickets if anyone wants them.
I exhibited in a wonderful garden by the pool in Melbourne for their 10th Art Festival weekend. It was the perfect setting and weather to be able to show my installation ‘Forest Path’.
The Loughborough art trail ‘Art This Way’ will be held over the weekend of 5th and 6th of July (from 11am to 6pm). 6 houses and gardens will be displaying the work of 20 artists and craftspeople in the Forest Road area of Loughborough.
It is a wonderful opportunity for people to see a variety of artwork and meet the artists, away from the traditional art gallery. From well-known, established artists Helen Rhodes and Barry D Bulsara, and many others, there is something to suit all tastes and pockets. Three Artspace members will also be taking part- Nita Rao, Jo Sheppard and Anna Michalska.
There will also be three venues selling drinks and delicious homemade cakes – the proceeds of which will be going towards the Charnwood Scouts Japan World Scout Jamboree. Each scout needs to raise £3500 in order to take part on the trip.
Venues are 204 , 232 and 247 Forest Road, 8 and 33 Highfields Drive and 16 Shepherds Close and will be clearly signposted on the day. They are all within walking distance of each other.
This will be the third year of running the Art This Way art trail in Loughborough, last year saw around 300 people visit over the weekend and we raised over £300 for the Teenage Cancer Unit at Leicester Royal Infirmary.
Hope you can make it.
I recently visited the “Somewhat Abstract” at the Nottingham Contemporary. There was the usual mix of interesting and strange pieces. I particularly Liked Bridget Rileys work, an oil and pencil sketch by Barbara Hepworth and a table inlaid with a pair of contorted hands, representing colonial oppression.