Events and exhibitions

 

Wolverton Works Windows Exhibition

12 - 13 September 2020 

 

Thank you to everyone who attended the Heritage Open Day weekend at Westbury Arts Centre, whether you went on the walk lead by The Parks Trust, or came along to see the exhibitions. It was really lovely to meet and talk to people.

 

 

The completed series of my reduction linocut print studies of the old Wolverton Works windows was on display in the Legge Gallery. Also on display were exhibitions of paintings by Lance Fennell and works on the subject of 'Hidden Nature' by the Artists Collective @ Westbury

 

COVID: We implemented a 'one-way' safe social-distancing walk-way system to ensure the health and safety of visitors. People also wore their masks. 

Bucks Art Weeks 2020

06-21 June

 

I participated in Bucks Art Weeks (BAW). What was normally an open-studio event had to take place virtually in 2020. Hundreds of artists exhibited their work on the BAW website; and posted images of their work reflecting different themes each day on Instagram. The event was an absolute inspiration despite the challenging circumstances; and I was very glad to ‘meet’ and follow so many other artists on social media.

 

Thank you to all the organisers and to everyone who took part. Bring on BAW 2021 !!

 

Brontë p.200 Exhibition, Woodend Gallery, Scarborough 

11 January to 08 February 2020

 

My Mother (V W Selburn) and I both submitted a page for the book commemorating 200 years since the birth of Anne Brontë. 200 artists were sent a page from Anne Brontë's novel, 'The Tenant of Wildfell Hall', and were asked to illustrate their interpretation of the page. All of the illustrations were published in a book. For more information, go to: https://bronteblog.blogspot.com/2020/01/anne-bronte-p200-art-exhibition.html.

 

You can purchase the book from Lindsey Tyson's website here.

Westbury Arts Centre Winter Fayre

Open Studio

24 November 2019 from 10.00am to 4.00pm

 

What an amazing day! It was so lovely to see so many people visiting the centre and to talk to people who came into my studio. Thank you all for your time and enthusiasm. I'm always really glad to meet and talk to other creative people and to encourage those who need a tiny little nudge to find their creative side. If you fancy a go at lino-printmaking, please do get in touch with me via the 'contact' page on this website. I'm happy to do introductory sessions for up to two people in my studio; and I hope to organise group sessions in the new year.

 

Inspired by Bauhaus - an exhibition of textile art 04 - 13 October 2019 at Westbury Arts Centre in Milton Keynes

 

I submitted three pieces of felted collage and stitch-work to this exhibition organised by 'Mix3d Stitch'.

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