Extravaganza of craft works
A special one week exhibition including examples of batik, ceramics and watercolours will open at the Carre Gallery in Sleaford on Monday, August 12.
The show features the three prize-winning artists from this year's summer show, including Robin Hall, best known for his watercolours, which often feature local landscapes.
Robin says: "I discovered a love for painting landscapes, especially skies, in watercolour. Recently, I have begun to experiment with other subjects and media, and am currently working on a series of abstract paintings exploring texture and colour."
Fellow prize-winner Barbara Melling's work centres around Batik, a style of artwork which uses wax and dye on cloth to create distinct areas of colour. She says: "I use a mixture of traditional tools and processes along with experimental methods. I work directly onto cotton lawn, cotton poplin or silk stretched onto a frame."
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Jennifer Cottis will be exhibiting paintings and ceramics, with a focus on the rhythm of the landscape, and says: "The depiction of the sea has been a recurring theme throughout my career. I am currently working on ceramic sculptures, expressing the tension and compression of wave forms."
Martin Cameron, gallery director, adds: "This exhibition promises to be a stimulating mixture of different viewpoints and techniques by three distinctive Lincolnshire artists."
Carre Gallery, 29 Carre Street, Sleaford. 10am-4pm, August 12-17. Entry is free.