The Festival Group of Artists
St. Ann’s Church Hall Calstock Road
Wed 30th July - Saturday 2nd Anugust 10.30 - 17.00
(Late opening Friday 1st August)
Carol Banks is revelling in the freedom of painting small acrylic abstracts - such a joy after the frustrating strictures of working with batik.
Katy Choroszewska lives and works in Gunnislake. She loves the colour and natural plant forms.
Mary Gage works mainly in pastel and oils, capturing the spirit and energy of the horse and other animals which have played a pivotal role in her life.
Claire Heatley uses etching and print making to reflect an enduring love of the natural world. Last year the magical experience of a visit to Stockholm proved inspirational.
Maggie Johnson trained in textiles and uses wool, fabric collage or gouache to create delicate images of gardens. Maps, architecture and the theatre of the Stuart Court have inspired new collages using found images.
Richard Lawrence is a painter of sea and landscapes, primarily in oils with knives. His favourite subjects are Cornish harbours and boats and are full of energy, vitality and vibrant colour.
Ian Pethers paints woodlands and architecture in oil and water colour. His miniature works are exhibited in London.
Mark Rogers work reflects upon landscape, the natural beauty of Dartmoor and the narrative of human lives lived out there. His photographs reflect feelings and thoughts about life and locations.
Peter Ursem creates drawings,paintings,woodcuts and linouts with a dense layer of colour capturing the spirit of places.
Masako Whitehouse uses the minimalism of Japanese art to create oil paintings, monoprints & etchings of concentrated beauty encapsulating moments in time.
Melissa Chorosszewska: Porcelain
Marylou Pethers: Jewellery