Art in the Cotswolds at Lower Slaughter, Gloucestershire

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Wednesday 28th April to Tuesday 4th May 2010
Lower Slaughter Village Hall, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL54 
10am till 6pm daily.
Open Day on Wednesday 28th with drinks and nibbles
Paintings, Ceramics, Jewellery, Stained glass, Woodturning and Pottery  

Michael Izod - Watercolour Landscapes: Art in the CotswoldsMichael Izod – Watercolour Landscapes: Art in the CotswoldsExhibitors:-

Cathryn Lucy Bellew – Animal paintings in oils and watercolours
Gill Carrick – Stained glass and jewellery
Elizabeth Chalmers – Watercolour paintings
Anne Champion – Ceramics
Caroline Green – Pastel paintings and mixed media
Derek Hancock – Woodturning
Michael Izod – Watercolour paintings
Jill Jarvis – Paintings rich in texture
Fiona Milton – Watercolour paintings
Priscilla Peace – Animal watercolour paintings
Alice Shepherd – Pottery
Charmaine Williamson – Paintings inspired by movement

More details call Cathryn on 01386 430038

Source: Cathryn Lucy Bellew

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