Monday, 21 August 2017

Herefordshire Art Week

From the 9th to the 17th of September is Herefordshire Art Week, when studios and galleries will be open right across Herefordshire.
In the Hay area there are several artists taking part in the Week.
At Little Llanafon Farm, Dorstone, there are clothes and accessories recycled from donated and found textiles.
The Old Stables on Cusop Dingle is home to Tim Rawlins, who is a sculptor in bronze. He will have a small exhibition of small contemporary sculptures, and visitors will also be able to see his working studio, with work in progress and demonstrations of lost wax casting, wax working and patination.
At Pottery Cottage in Clyro, they are celebrating the centenary of Adam Dworski, some of whose work adorns the walls of the cottage. His studio used to be just across the main road from the cottage. He set up his pottery in 1956, and first worked from Pottery Cottage, where he lived. The exhibition of examples of his work will be set up in his original studio.
And there are Beautiful Botanicals at Pen y Lan Granary in Hardwicke, from local botanical artists Lea Gregory and Lizzie Harper. They are exhibiting for h.Art for the first time this year, and will have work on sale, including greetings cards, and the chance to see them at work.
Full details of all the studios and exhibitions, including information like disabled access, access for guide dogs, toilets, refreshments, and whether the exhibition space is on a bus route, are all in the h.Art booklets - I picked my copy up from Beer Revolution in Hay.

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