Sue Jenkins, Aleathea Lillitos, Liz Walsh & Jane Burden
A unique opportunity to enjoy, in an idyllic rural location, an inspiring collaborative exhibition of work by four artists, celebrating colour, abstraction, sculpture and figurative form.
Take time to reflect in our Garden Café. Relish the homemade cakes, soup, coffee and afternoon tea.
The grazing sheep and farm animals around Sue Jenkins' home are the subjects of her studies. Sensitively captured and full of charm and character, her engaging subjects sit squarely in the frame and invite the viewers' curiosity and attention.
Facets of the internal and external world, in juxtaposition, are the subject matter of Aleathea Lillitos’ work. Inspired by a wide-variety of source material and manifested in paintings and installations they include found objects and text.
Liz Walsh uses a variety of Dorset and Somerset willows to make hanging and free-standing garden sculptures. Traditional basketry techniques and freeform weaves are combined in unique designs based on natural shapes and forms. firstname.lastname@example.org
Using textured clays and fabrics, Jane Burden has created work for Dorset Art Weeks in response to the area around Eggardon Hill. History, landscape and nature are all explored in her intriguing pieces.
To west of Maiden Newton take first turning left. Follow signs for Wynford Eagle. Turn right in hamlet. Last cottage on left before steep hill.
Limited - Four steps, uneven flagstones, groundfloor gallery but steep stairs to upper gallery. Roadside parking.
10.00am - 5.00pm
8 York Cottages, Wynford Eagle, Near Maiden Newton, Dorset, DT2 0ES