Jilly has been asked to join the ever popular Saint Laurence Church Christmas Medieval Bazaar in Ludlow on Saturday 25th November.
Jilly would very much like to speak with local residents, community members and retailers about the architecture of Ludlow; its history and national importance, so that she may decide on a shortlist of which buildings will be included in her new Ludlow Collection, in addition to St Laurence Church, The Feathers Hotel, Kings & Broad Street, Corve Street and Butter Cross.
Available to purchase on the day will be Cards, Prints or Canvases of the new Ludlow Collection and seasonal greeting cards will be available too.
Don’t forget to book your private commission in time for Christmas.
Christmas Medieval Bazaar
Saint Laurence Church, College Street, Ludlow, Shropshire, SY8 1AN
Welcome to the all new Seasonal Range of greeting cards.
These cards are new for the 2017 Winter Festive Season
Seasonal Greetings Cards £2.50 each
Multi buy available:5 cards for £10.00
Please go to my shop or contact me directly for purchasing and additional multi buy discounts. All cards are A5, 350gsm with a white envelope and individual cello bag. Inside left blank for your own message.
‘Merry Mistletoe’ is a hand painted ink and watercolour of a silver birch tree adorned with roundels of mistletoe. (Front and back show here).
‘Cathedral Lilac’s – Seasons Greetings’ is a stylized, almost Gothic-esque ink and watercolour of a Cathedral in winter. (Front and back show here)
‘Seasons Greetings’ in traditional red, white & green with seasons greeting, Worcester Cathedral & Guildhall and Malvern Museum.
‘Seasons Greetings’ in 2017 winter season fashion colour ways of Worcester Cathedral.
This exhibition explores great American printmaking from Pop Art to today, including work by Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg and Jim Dine.
Saturday 4th November – Saturday 6th January
The selection of nine key works from the British Museum’s collection gives a sense of the diversity and vitality of American printmaking from 1960 to the present.
Alongside the prints on loan from the British Museum, the exhibition will include works from the Worcester City Collection including pieces by Eduardo Paolozzi, Howard Hodgkin and Richard Hamilton. These vibrant treasures of the city’s collection highlight how artists have pushed the boundaries of print-making and explore subjects as diverse as the Vietnam War, Bing Crosby, gin, Che Guevara, picnics and the universe.
A British Museum Partnership Exhibition, supported by the Dorset Foundation.