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November Courtyard Arts

 A wet and drizzly day 

A wet and drizzly day kept visitors away from the Courtyard Arts on Sunday, but despite that purchases were made and all artist’s made sales. 

The stands all look good and displayed a great variety of work – colourful bold watercolours by Kirsten Protherough, beautiful hand crafted books and seascapes from Jadu Sheridan, amazingly detailed animal pencil drawings from Deb Stanley, colourful fine jewelry from Sarah Greening, perfectly formed and detailed pottery from Chris Greening and new architectural line and watercolour drawings from Jilly Oxlade-Arnott as well as a selection of poetry books from local poet Suz Winspear.







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If you were a visitor to this event and want to find out more about the artists involved please use the links below:

Kirsty Protherough – Watercolour Artist

Deb Stanley, CPCAS of Deb Stanley Art – Coloured Pencils & Pastels

Sarah & Chris Greening Glass/Pottery

Jadu Sheridan Art

Jilly Oxlade-Arnott of Archiimp – Architectural Watercolour Artist

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Suz Winspear  – Poet

  • Social Media: (Facebook) Suz Winspear (Twitter) @TotalGoth (Instagram) winspearsuz
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The incredibly regal ‘Poppy’ is now a regular visitor to the Courtyard Arts, she checks out all the stands with her mum and dad. (Photograph courtesy of Nigel Wood)

© Copyright and Intellectual Property Right (IP) of all images and artwork are held by Architectural Impressions UK

© Copyright and Intellectual Property Right (IP) of photograph of ‘Poppy’ and ‘Courtyard at Night’ held by Nigel Wood


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