Appleday at Nature in Art near Gloucester

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Tuesday 28th September – Thursday 14th October 2010
Nature in Art, Wallsworth Hall, Twigworth, Gloucester GL2 9PA
Fruitful is a group of predominantly locally based artists who have come     together to show a range of work that celebrates orchards and produce. The work exhibited in this exhibition will span a variety of disciplines comprising photography, painting, ceramics, wood-carving, typography letter setting and photographic collage.

The exhibitors include Vivien Ayers, a ceramic artist making functional and decorative ceramics; Sally Birch, a botanical artist; Neil Philips, a west country photographer; Jacqueline Sarsby- a black and white photographer; Penny Thomas, a photographer and mixed media artist who includes sayings in her work; Dennis Gould a printer, poet and pamphleteer; Tash Housego who makes wood carvings from the orchard wood; Trina Hayes, a painter; Libby Krawcyzk, a poet; and Julian Greg, a painter.

Nature in Art
Wallsworth Hall, Twigworth, Gloucester GL2 9PA
01452 731422
[email protected]

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