Artists 2019

Catherine Beale

Exhibiting at St Matthew’s Church

An award-winning painter, Catherine specialises in sensitive portraits created to commission in watercolours and oils. She exhibits widely including at London’s Mall Galleries as an Associate Member of the Society of Women Artists. Her Bath Watercolour Workshops help other painters to loosen up their painting style through the joys of her own “gravity painting” techniques.

WORKSHOP: Catherine will be offering demonstrations of her “gravity painted” watercolour techniques from her stand during the weekend.

catherine@catherinebeale.com
07891 409490
www.catherinebeale.com

Bridget Baker

Exhibiting at Bewdley House

Bridget Baker makes small animals from galvanized wire, which are then coloured with enamel paints. Working from drawings and photographs, any vertebrate animal can be tackled – fish, frogs, reptiles, birds or mammals, although most popular seem to be farm and domestic animals, particularly people’s individual pets. The enjoyment of their creation comes from making them as realistic as possible and from capturing their characters with the minimum of lines.

bridgetjbaker@gmail.com

Sarah Ball

Exhibiting at Priory Coach House, 52a Lyncombe Hill

NEW ARTIST: Handling a sketchbook, collecting objects, earth and materials whilst walking freely in both the countryside and the coastpath gives me inspiration to approach my work in an experimental way. I prefer a mixed media approach or a pure watercolour method. Whilst back in the studio I prefer the painting to develop slowly, often working on a series at a time.

m.ball281@btinternet.com
www.sarahballartist.co.uk

David Birks

Exhibiting at 4 Alton Place

NEW ARTIST: David is a fine artist printmaker who works from a home studio in Widcombe. He works mainly as a printmaker creating single edition prints based on sketches and drawings. David will be showing a selection of monoprints, monotypes and drawings.

davidjbirks@icloud.com

www.davidbirks.com

Cath Bloomfield

Exhibitng at Rosemount Farm

NEW ARTIST: I make collagraph prints inspired by the landscape, plants and life drawings. The prints are made using textured materials glued onto mount board.Wall papers , tile adhesive.The plate is inked up in several colours and put through the press with thick damp paper. 01225 760095

Millie Chandler

Exhibiting at Ring’O’Bells

NEW ARTIST: I’m Millie, mum to three boys George, Archie and Stanley. I set up Little Acorn Makes in 2017 after spending time making items for Stanley and absolutely loving it and the individual look it gave him. He now lives in my clothing daily. I love experimenting with the fabrics we have in stock and mixing them together to make something a bit different.

littleacrornmakes@gmail.com
www.littleacornmakes.co.uk

Shuya Cheng

Exhibiting at Ring’O’Bells

NEW ARTIST: Shuya divides her time exploring patterns, shapes, and structures found in the world around us through freehand machine embroidery and creating abstract paintings, primarily in acrylic but utilising a wide range of techniques and multi-media. Intricate embroidery elegantly suspended in shadowboxes, abstract giclee prints and greeting cards are available for sale at Widcombe Art Trail.

www.shuyacheng.com

Janet Coles

Exhibiting at Bewdley House

Janet has been painting for many years in Bath and Cornwall, having completed an Art and Design Diploma in 2000, and studied fine art for a further 10 years. Janet uses acrylic inks in a similar fashion to watercolour, producing vibrant paintings. Many of her images are then printed onto a range of cards and homeware: Cotton tea towels, fine china mugs, melamine place mats and coasters and cushions which she makes herself. She regularly exhibits her paintings around Bath and in Cornwall. A selection of her cards can be purchased The Galleries at Freshford.

Paintings can be purchased at The Waterside Gallery in St Mawes Cornwall www.watersidegallery.co.uk. Janet also accepts commissions.

janet@eathorneandcoles.com

www.eathorneandcoles.com

Hetty Coles

Exhibiting at Bewdley House

NEW ARTIST: Hetty has been hand crafting unique solid silver jewellery for 15 years. She currently lives in Australia but uses her silver smithing equipment in Bath when she visits home! She sells directly: hetty@hettyhearts.com

A selection of her jewellery is available on www.notonthehighstreet.com.

Aga Cook

Exhibiting at 1 Hatfield Buildings

Jewellery by Aga Cook. Individually designed, handmade pieces that use silver, occasionally gold, precious and semiprecious stones. By experimenting with the oxidisation of silver a range of colours are created, making each item of jewellery unique.

turquoiseandgreen.com
turquoiseandgreen@icloud.com

Caroline Crossland

Exhibiting at Ring’O’Bells

Caroline trained as a children’s book illustrator and has recently rediscovered a love of printmaking. Her subject matter is currently inspired by the flowers that she grows on the allotment, and she is experimenting with monoprinting which she is finding to be a spontaneous and expressive way of depicting their forms. Prints have the advantage of being affordable, enabling visitors to the Art Trail to take home an inexpensive piece of original art.

WORKSHOP: Make your own monoprint!

cscillustration@aol.com    

Marie Curtis

Exhibiting at Flamingo, Widcombe Parade

Design Vaults creates contemporary jewellery that combines traditional and modern silversmithing techniques with a love of colour through vibrant resin and gold, silver or copper leaf.

Each piece is made with attention to design, creativity and detail and takes between 10 to 20 days to make using sterling silver, 18ct gold vermeil or rose gold.

07968727311
marie@designvaults.co.uk

designvaults.co.uk

Instagram: designvaults
Facebook: designvaults

Richard Ford

Exhibiting at St Matthew’s Church
Urban & Rural Landscape Photographer

Julie Green

Exhibiting at Ring’O’Bells
NEW ARTIST: I enjoy working with colourful fabric and bright thread to create truly original pieces for interior decoration and gifting. I love finding new ways of working with fabric and then looking for unique applications. Amongst other things I make material pictures, metallic thread bowls, summery strings of fairy lights and contemporary appliquéd tableware.

Liz Holden White

Exhibiting at 48 Tyning End BA2 6AW

A recent holiday provided material for paintings of exotic flowers and landscapes painted in the clear bright colours of the Southern Hemisphere. I use varied water based media in my paintings. The cards and coasters are from my original art work, using good quality materials. My work is inexpensive and there is plenty of choice! 01225 425873

lizholdenwhite@gmail.com

Adrienne Horswill

Exhibiting at Ring’O’Bells

Sculptor, curator Adrienne Horswill BA Hons, is currently working with textiles and shapes in the form of hats and headpieces.

01225 315626/ mobile 07538925036

Instagram: adrienne_horswill

Lorelei Hunt

Exhibiting at Priory Coach House

I’ve been making mosaics, made in contemporary and classical styles, using a wide range of materials for about 10 years. I am inspired by things I see around me in the natural and built environment and by found objects.

loreleihunt3@gmail.com

shardenfreude.com

Sally Jefferies

Exhibiting at 20a Horseshoe Walk

NEW ARTIST: I enjoy painting a variety of subjects from seascapes and still life to imagined landscapes and abstracts. My work is often experimental, trying out different techniques such as painting directly onto glass or using moulding gels for texture. My paintings are usually very colourful!

Kerrie McNeil

Exhibiting at Bewdley House

Kerrie’s screen prints are hand painted and each one is unique. She will also be exhibiting new work using drypoint and monoprint techniques. Inspiration is taken from the local landscape and coast. There will be a range of handmade cards and ear rings.

kerriemcneil.weebly.com

mcneil.kkas@blueyonder.co.uk

01373304742

Annabel Menheneott

Exhibiting at St Matthew’s Church

Dramatic seascapes captured in acrylics, reflecting the shifting coastal environment, with crashing waves represented in bold, strong and purposeful brush strokes and more delicate marks for foaming sea spray. Palette knives and large brushes allow Annabel the freedom to create exciting painterly marks. Annabel has exhibited nationally and more recently at the Royal Academy as part of the Summer Exhibition preview events where she will return this July.

Alex Nash

Exhibiting at Bewdley House

Alex has been attending the Printmaking Workshop at Trowbridge College for 10 years. Over that time she has concentrated on exploring colour and composition using the silkscreen process. Her work has covered the landscapes of Cornwall, North Wales, California, Egypt, Ithaca and the architecture of Portmeirion Umbria and Whitstable. Some of her work is purely abstract using bold flat colour as seen in her prints of Indian scarves.

www.alexnash.art

07891637253

 

Linda O’Gorman

Exhibiting at St Matthew’s Church

I trained as an illustrator so my work is drawing based, but using collage and texture for surface interest. Subject matter is my local environment and views from travels to France and Venice.

L.ogorman270@btinternet.com

linda-ogorman.co.uk

01225 837914

Jessica Palmer

Exhibiting at 7 St Mark’s Road

A Paper Maze for a forest of imagination, a Paper Palace in a world-famous landmark, an illustration for a bestseller, a papercut to promote a Disney Pixar movie or a moment in your life? Talk to Jessica Palmer.
Her fifth book is published by New York-based Rizzoli. She’s illustrator for English Heritage, a Visiting Artist at the Holburne and many more.

jessicapalmerart.com

palmerk@outlook.com

Usha Pearce

Exhibiting at 28 The Tyning

Process and experimentation with oil paint and other media are critical in the way I work. Although abstract, there is an underlying visual order that emerges in response to a theme. I build, obliterate, erase, paint over and scratch into the surface, leaving the traces of markings and scars of what has gone before.

Jewellery by Plodge

Exhibiting at Priory Coach House

Plodge is an Art History graduate and has been creating beautiful things to wear for over a dozen years, mixing freshwater pearls, glass and semi-precious beads to create a wide variety of styles. Designs range from fun and funky to sophisticated ensembles, via go-with-everything classics. Customers frequently say how much they love their particular pieces!

plodgerobertson@hotmail.co.uk

Etsyshop: jewellerybyplodge

07717 627704

Agnes Pollock

Exhibiting at St Matthew’s Church

Agnes is a Dutch artist, living in Freshford. She paints contemporary still-life and abstracts in oil: “Drawn to the play of light on a reflective surface, painting is for me about observation and capturing light. This way of observing, this pure focus, is very meditative and calming. I hope to convey a sense of stillness and serenity in my work.”

www.agnespollock.com

ajepollock@gmail.com

01225723668

Alison Potter

Exhibiting at Rosemount Farm

I make earthenware vases, ships and figures. Some of the vases are both practical and figurative inspired by characters I know or see. Many are commissioned by friends and family for specific people.
07411014188 or 01225287648

alisonmcphun@hotmail.co.uk

Sue Pryor

Exhibiting at 30 Alexandra Road

NEW ARTIST: Large scale acrylic paintings

cransworth@aol.com

Carol Symon

Exhibiting at Priory Coach House, 52a Lyncombe Hill

An artistic adventurer with many styles and across a wide variety of subjects. Lots of paintings and cards on sale in the studio and commissions can be discussed (eg people, houses, gardens, holiday memories & animals) which make excellent presents or for marking a special occasion.

07715 055143

www.carolsymonartwork.com

KID’S CRAFT CORNER
There will be a supervised table for young children to be creative for a small charge.

Caspar Taylor

Exhibiting at 1 Hatfield Buildings  BA2 6AF

The recent work is inspired by many seemingly contradictory ideas
Natural and Engineered
Mathematical and Random
Artistic and Scientific

Madeleine Town

Exhibiting at 20a Horseshoe Walk

Paintings, original prints and charcoal drawings of birds and other animals within a largely imagined rural landscape.Framed and unframed work will be available alongside handmade, original cards.

townperry@yahoo.co.uk

Sarah Turrell

Exhibiting at Ring’O’Bells

I am a maker of all things useful in durable but finely thrown stoneware pottery, although many like to keep my one off pieces on display.
Commissions welcome.

07773464323

sarahsturrell@hotmail.com

sarahspottery.co.uk

Vitrific

Exhibiting at 30 Alexandra Road

Vitrific is a small co-operative of enamellers working together in Widcombe Bath.
The enamelled art we produce ranges from jewellery to wall panels including trinket dishes and garden art.
Vitrific offers you something hand crafted, colourful and unique which will last indefinitely and always maintain a lustrous quality.

vitrific@gmail.com

Stella Wain-Heapy

Exhibiting at 48 Tyning End

I have been working with glass for about fifteen years. Apart from plain glass I also use coloured glass, Frits and stringers, metallic inclusions and dichroic glass. As well as jewellery I also design and make large decorative pieces for the home.

stellawaindesigns.co.uk

stellawain@hotmail.com

01225 332828

Rachel Ward

Exhibiting at 20a Horseshoe Walk

I enjoy experimenting with a variety of media, inspired by the landscape, people and pets around me. I’m happy to consider commissions and can be contacted via my website: www.rachelwardart.com

info@rachelwardart.com

Pippa Wrigley

Exhibiting at 30 Alexandra Road

Pippa Wrigley paints in watercolour and mixed media. She has visited places lived in and frequented by Jane Austen and drawn and painted them as they are now. Many places are as they were in Jane Austen’s time but some have changed significantly. As well as these watercolours Pippa also has other paintings, prints and cards.

mandp@wrigleyrosebank.co.uk

Vikki Yeates

Exhibiting at St Matthew’s Church

Vikki is an illustrator living and working in Bath. She spent many years in Brighton, where she did a Degree in Illustration in the early 90s.
Vikki’s most popular work is British Wildlife, particularly the Hare. She is interested in folklore, myths and legends and often uses text in her illustrations.
Vikki uses oil pastel on paper, layered with lino ink, which is then scratched away to create complex artwork with areas of fine detail.
www.vikkiyeatesillustration.co.uk

vikki_y@yahoo.co.uk

07903628993