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Artist In Situ – Croome Court

Friday 2nd November Artist In Situ Day


Due to high volume of auction sales artwork’s are being replaced regularly, Jilly’s Vivid Range have been especially popular recently with painting being sold every week.


She has been replacing sold fine line ink and watercolour pieces with new works such as ‘Sabrina’ by the Grotto and ‘Park Seat’  for the Croome Collection, bringing the total available artwork in the Croome Collection to 14 (12 on display).

The Ludlow Collection has been very popular over the last month and has seen new paintings of ‘Readers House’, ‘Stokesay Castle’, ‘Broad Gate’ and ‘Ludlow Castle Aspect II’ with other Shropshire based works such as ‘The Iron Bridge’ and ‘Wroxeter Roman City’ waiting to find space. This brings the total available artwork in the Ludlow Collection to 12 (6 on display).

Other Collections include Worcester and Global, which have also seen replacements due to auction purchases.

She very much welcomes conversation and dialog with visitors and volunteers, explaining her inspiration, techniques, highs and lows of painting and loves to give tips and advice to budding and eager artists of all ages. 

Pop into Croome Court, have a chat and a look around this historic house, gardens and grounds.

Jilly will be located in the library of the National Trust’s Croome Court painting new works as an artist-in-situ, surrounded by her own original artworks in the ‘Art in Architecture Exhibition’ running until February 2019. 

Jilly’s artist-in-situ dates for Croome Court until 2019

She is normally there from 11am till 4pm on the following days:

14th November (Wednesday), 29th November (Thursday), 12th December (Wednesday)

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