Courtyard Arts on Sunday 4th November
Courtyard Arts on the first Sunday of every month!
The event will showcase local artists in the beautiful surroundings of the nestWorcester in the courtyard of the Royal Porcelain Works on Sunday 4th Novemer from 10am to 5pm.
The Courtyard Arts is a series of Arts events, as part of the broadening scope of the Archiimp Pop Up Gallery Initiative in partnership with nestWorcester, which will take place at the same location on the first Sunday of every month.
You will have the opportunity to see and talk with the six participating artists as well as purchase their work. Please pop in and meet local artists Kirsty Protherough, Deb Stanley, Sarah & Chris Greening, Jadu Sheridan, Mark Zytynski & Jilly Oxlade-Arnott
The artists being showcased on 4th November are:
Kirsty Protherough – Watercolour Artist
I am interested in the use of colour. Watercolour as a medium is challenging but can produce some beautiful effects unreproducible by oil or acrylic. I am constantly inspired by the flora and fauna of Worcestershire and the changing seasons. Impressionism and the Arts and crafts movement inspire me and I hope this is reflected in my work.
My originals are painted using artist quality Winson and Newton paint on fine art quality watercolour paper (Arches Rough 300lb – 600lb).
Prints are made using fine art pigment inks and fine art archival grade paper (Hahnemuhle Torchon 285gsm). I also do commissions.
Mob: 07400 808 480
Deb Stanley, CPCAS of Deb Stanley Art – Coloured Pencils & Pastels
Deb is a Malvern based artist specialised in creating highly detailed, realistic artworks using artist quality coloured pencils and pastels. Her work covers a variety of subjects and is currently focused on big cats, one receiving the David Shepherd Award at Nature in Art 2018. Deb has recently been awarded Signature Status by The Coloured Pencil Community of Australasia.
Social Media: (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & YouTube) @debstanleyart
Sarah & Chris Greening Glass/Pottery
Sarah fuses coloured glass pieces with some chemistry in a kiln to make unique contemporary fused glass jewellery pieces which she sells in shops, galleries and craft markets. She lives and works in Worcester where she also runs glass fusing taster classes.
Chris creates a wide range of functional slipware pottery for modern living. His pieces are decorated with coloured liquid clay (slip) which provides a fantastic fluid palette to explore the patterns that nature produces, particularly in marine geomorphology, such as the drawing back of silt by the waves on a sandy shoreline.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com
Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram): @greeningglass & @greeningpottery
Jadu Sheridan Art
Jadu is a Worcester artist who uses acrylic paint, pen and ink to create images inspired by nature; real and imagined. She uses vibrant colour to depict landscapes and seascapes from around the British Isles; her real love are trees and seas. Examples of her original art, prints and cards will be on display.
Social Media: (Twitter) @jadu_sheridan, (Instagram) @jadusheridanart
Mark Zytynski Photography
I am a photographer with a passion for Trees and Woodlands!
Working from high resolution digital photographic images I produce limited edition mixed media artworks and fine art “painterly” prints using textured watercolour papers, canvas, and a variety of presentation styles. My aim is to create artworks and prints that will evoke the same feeling in the observer that I experienced in the “wild”.
Social Media: (Facebook) MarkZytynskiPhotography (Twitter) zytpyx (Instagram) markzytynski.photography
Jilly Oxlade-Arnott of Archiimp – Architectural Watercolour Artist
An Architectural Watercolour Artist working in fine line ink and bold watercolour. Her unique and colourful style concentrates on the subject building leaving the rest as fine line ink work. She lives and works in Worcester and will be displaying original watercolour, fine art prints, digital prints and cards of her Worcester, Malvern, Ludlow, Croome and Global Collections.
Many new works now available
Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) @archiimp
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