Thursday, 25 August 2016

Last Leg of the Art Trail, finishing up in the Beehive

From in-toto Kitchens, we walked past Richard James Estate Agents where we saw the work of Terry Humphries
 There are prints of 5 paintings on display and a lovely piece about Swindon Open Studios. Great advertisement for us. Terry will be exhibiting with Susan Carr in Old Town Gardens, Venue 39, on Saturdays 3rd&10th September, and Sundays 4th&11th September from their studio in Greenmeadow, Venue 28.
 From there we began walking down Victoria Hill and went into 1801 Cocktails and Coffee for a drink and to have a look at the exhibition of linocuts by David Robinson. Here's Caroline Day looking at them
 And as you can see, there are still quite a lot of people still on the trail.
Final stop was the Beehive, where we saw the tribute print to David Morse:

 and a print of the Beehive by Tim Carroll, Tim will be showing the rest of his 100 Views of Swindon from Venue 45, in St.Margaret's Road:
We are so grateful to all those businesses who are taking part in this initiative to showcase artists' work. Because of the time we looked round, the following businesses couldn't be featured:Minuteman Press, Eastcott Vets and Kablooms, but a massive thank you to them as well.

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