There’s a sale on now, at the Somerset Guild of Craftsmen gallery in Broad St, Wells. From now until the end of October everything is 5% off, including my linocut prints. If you visited the gallery during Art Weeks and were thinking about buying a print, there has never been a better time to buy.
Somerset Art Weeks 2017 festival has finished. It was the first time I’ve taken part and was an interesting experience. I spent most of my time at the Somerset Guild of Craftsmen’s gallery where my work was part of the “Paper Prospects” exhibition, so I’m afraid I didn’t get out to see any other venues.
I made some new work specially for the Prospect theme, joining the many artists who have created work inspired by the landscape at Kilve Beach. I’ve been intending to extend my choice of subjects for some time.
While I was at the gallery I was working on a linocut of an ancient sweet chestnut tree that I saw at Nynehead near Wellington. I didn’t manage to finish it during the two weeks. I’ll add it to the gallery on my website as soon as it’s done, so you can see the results.
My linocut prints are currently on display, until 8th October, at the Somerset Guild of Craftsmen gallery in Wells, as part of the Somerset Art Weeks festival 2017. I’ll be there most days, working on a linocut, so please do call in.
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