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August
Exhibitions

5 - 17 August  2014

Moors, Music and Mythology

Rosalind Moysen, Caroline Tate

& Janet Stanley


Rosalind Moysen's love of colour, pattern and exotic faraway places have resulted in mixed media paintings depicting the essence of Moorish art, architecture , flora and fauna.  
Caroline Tate is passionate about music, and the highly individual shapes of trees demonstrate for her the sublime pieces of music that inspire her colourful paintings.
Janet Stanley's sculptures are inspired by nature, mythology and classical art. Her work, usually cast in Bronze Resin , blends seamlessly into a garden setting as if a continuation of nature.


19 - 31 August 2014

’Peint Main' (hand painted)

Carol Grant, Ros Perton and Carol Morgan

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Carol Grant’s new work is based on the landscape and sea. Concentrating on conveying the ambience and initial impression of her subject matter through colour and texture.  Originally a Fine Art graduate, Ros Perton became interested in both the long history of ceramics, and the making of pottery, during travels abroad. Most of her vessels are wheel-thrown, some are altered or added to whilst the clay is still plastic.  Colour is the theme that pulls Carol Morgan’s work together. It can make paintings feel exciting or tranquil whether they are landscape, still life, flowers or abstract.




Hi Bev,
Sorry for the delay! Sorry to hear about your garlic, I had a bit of trouble with mine this year as it got rust spot all over the leaves, still, the garlic was OK though a bit small! Inundated with courgettes and tomatoes at the moment!
Thanks for doing this!
Carol x
if you need more info / pics, just shout!



Title 'Peint Main' (hand painted) 19th - 31st August 2014.
Three artist come together to show a vast array of paintings, prints and ceramics all produced by the hand of the artist.

Carol Grant
Carol’s new work is based on the landscape and sea. Concentrating on conveying the ambience and initial impression of her subject matter through colour and texture.





Ros Perton
Originally a Fine Art graduate, Ros became interested in both the long history of ceramics, and the making of pottery, during travels abroad. Most of her vessels are wheel-thrown, some are altered or added to whilst the clay is still plastic.




Carol Morgan
Colour is the theme that pulls Carol’s work together. It can make paintings feel exciting or tranquil whether they are landscape, still life, flowers or abstract.