Kitchen Art Gallery (where every good party starts)
Jilly Oxlade-Arnott will be showing at Henley McKay over this August Bank Holiday for Worcestershire Open Studios 2018
Saturday 25th to Monday 27th August from 10am till 4pm
Held at Henley McKay Kitchens, 55 Britannia Square, Worcester, WR1 3HP (next to the Carpet Shop just 20 yards off the Tything, opposite Bodega clothing) within easy reach of the City Centre and Foregate Street station.
Architectural watercolour artist Jilly Oxlade-Arnott of Architectural Impressions (Archiimp) will be showing her work at this year’s Worcestershire Open Studios over the 3 days of August Bank Holiday.
Jilly will be creating work in-situ and showing the latest collections (Croome released in May, Global in July) as well as new Worcester & Vivid works. Pop in for a glass of wine and a chat.
Worcestershire Open Studies is a weekend when 170 artists, galleries and groups open their studios, homes and shared spaces for three days at 81 different locations across the country.
Worcestershire Open Studios
Henley McKay Kitchens
Jilly is the artist who designed and created ‘Fabella’ – a giraffe with a tale located near Foregate Street Station as part of the Worcester Stands Tall, Wild in Art Project on behalf of the St. Richards Hospice. Fabella is kindly sponsored by Worcester City Council.
She is also the curator behind the Archiimp Pop Up Gallery Initiative, who are holding their next pop up on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th July. She has reinvented the Riverside Art Fayre (under the Archimp pop up galleries) being held on 11th August at the South Quay, and the soon to be released Courtyard Arts partnership with Nest Worcester.
She is currently exhibiting her ‘Art in Architecture Exhibition’ at the National Trust’s Croome Court as part of their 100 years of Women and Power summer 2018 exhibition, as well as her ‘Colours at Play Exhibition’ in the Hive from 19th August. Jilly will be at the Worcester Show in Ghulevelt Park on 12th August.