Art in the Cotswolds – Spring Exhibition at Lower Slaughter, Gloucestershire

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Wednesday 29th April to Tuesday 5th May. Lower Slaughter Village Hall, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL54 – Open 10.00 to 18.00 daily 

Paintings, Ceramics, Jewellery, Stained Glass, Mosaics, Photography 

Cathryn Lucy Bellew – specialises in animal paintings and pet portraits in pastel or watercolour. She also paints farm animals for children and illustrated names and letters. Born and raised on a farm, her love of the countryside shows through her work.
Erica Bibbings – works with Mosaic, inspired by nature and the rich local roman history. Rhythm and the play of light are important to her work. Materials include glass, ceramics, stones, beads and her own hand-made tasserae.
Jessica Bibbings – is a student in silversmithing and jewellery design. Much of her work is inspired by Africa. She works with beads, gemstones and sterling silver.
Gill Carrick – makes stained glass panels, pendants and jewellery, using traditional methods with a modern interpretation.
Anne Champion – a ceramicist who is intrigued by the concept of the individual as part of a group. She attempts to analyse and identify elements that hold a group together and yet create individuality. This has lead to the development of “family” groupings of forms that express relationships. 
Jill Jarvis – paintings inspired by her love of Dartmoor and the sea. Jill uses paint effects and texture to create atmosphere.
Rosie Jennings – a photographer who uses her creative spirit to capture the mood and images of our lovely Cotswold landscape.
Priscilla Peace – paints mainly animals, aiming to capture the subject’s way of moving, it’s expression, or a special moment in it’s mood or behaviour which catches her eye.
Charmaine Williamson – studied and worked in design for 20 years. She is influenced nt yhe natural world and her work has a strong sense of colour and design, using a wide range of media.

For further information about the Exhibition please contact:-
Jill Jarvis – telephone 01451 831862 or
Priscilla Peace – telephone 01451 830459

Source: Art in the Cotswolds 

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