Friday, 2 March 2012

The Swindon Open Studios Window Exhibition- Last Few days

This exhibition will be in the window of the former Merlin Gallery until the 29th of March.

Ken White 'Taking Photographs'
Tim Carroll 'Stafford Street? £295
Pat Elmore 'Heidi and Chickens' £1000
Carmen B Norris 'Sapphire Girl' £400

Beverley Greig 'In Search of Meaning' £295

Gavin Salisbury 'Looking Back' NFS

Rachel Coyle 'Bad Hair day' £60
Sharon Rich 'Torso' £300
Benoit Philippe 'San Francisco- cable car' £650
Jane Milner-Barry Lydiard House, Town Gardens, Coate Farmhouse, sold and replaced with 'Liddington Hill on an October day' and a Sheep £30 each
Helen Flinders 'Catalonian Mosaic' £750  Available as ready to hang canvas prints for £101.31 plus P&P, unframed giclee art paper prints, £64.93 each plus P&P.  Reproductions are guaranteed Giclee quality, using long life inks on acid free fine art paper or 350gsm canvas.
Paula Sullivan 'Retro Mugs' and 'Golden China' £50 each
Vicky Silver 'Sarkofa Bird' £95
Cidalia Dias 'Pais' NFS
Mira Graham 3 pieces as yet without official titles. See new post on March 26th.
The aim of the exhibition is to raise the profile of Open Studios,  give the public
an idea of the work produced by artists who take part.
There has been a lot of interest from people passing by which I hope will translate into sales.
I am really enjoying the experience of  organising this exhibition.
Here's the photo take on the 11th of March:
I've just taken another photo, on the 18th of March, there's now another of Jane's paintings to make 4 again, plus Theresa Dowdeswell has three 'Cityscape' ceramic pieces, a table lamp,£80, tea light and a vase, £10 each.
Tim Carroll has put in two ceramic plaques depicting 'Birds in a Tree', £20 each.
With over a week to go, it's not too late to give me something to put in there.
Today, Monday 19th March, Ken sold his painting of a man taking photos, top left, so has put another in it's place, there's also a lino cut of his and another painting on the right hand side. Tim Carroll has taken away the Cleopatra painting and given me another one to put in there; the window is looking much fuller, and receiving lots of interest.

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