Herald - Issue 427

Page 36 • The HERALD • 4th August 2022 v HAMPSHIRE OPEN STUDIOS - 20TH TO 29TH AUGUST v Hampshire Open Studios ART ON THE PIER Venue 78 The Waiting Room, Hythe Pier Debra Campbell & Jill Gower Saturday 27th – Tuesday 30th August • 10am – 4pm Watercolour, acrylic & pastel in a variety of styles and a selection of subject matter Hampshire Open Studios - Venue 75 Brenda & Chris Molyneux are showing an exciting new mix of contemporary paintings and woodturning They would love to see you at: 44 Butts Ash Avenue, Hythe, SO45 3RE 20th-29th August every day from 10am to 5pm or phone 023 8084 4970 for private appointment JOHN BUNDAY Woodcuts, etchings, monoprints, lino cuts, original prints and cards Open 12noon-5pm 20th, 21st, 24th, 27th-29th August 5 Alexandra Close, Hythe SO45 6BB Tel: 023 8194 3239 bundays@live.co.uk (Step with handrail - drive and street parking) HAMPSHIRE OPEN STUDIOS VENUE 67 Frances Mason, Jenny Pritchard and Julie Stevens will be exhibiting their forest paintings, cyanotype prints and gardenalia Saturday 20th to Monday 29th August Open 11am-5pm Daily at Linden, Jordans Lane, Pilley, Lymington SO41 5QW Local Printmaker Open Studio - Venue 77 John Bunday has taken part in Hampshire Open Studios several times, he is a printmaker specialising in making linocuts, woodcuts and etchings. e work he is showing this year contain impressions of life in a small town, some of these prints are based on people and buildings observed in Hythe and other towns across the South. ere are also prints about climate emergency, some based on mountain scenery as well as small images of New Forest animals. All of the work is available as limited edition originals or as cards. For further information please contact John via email: bundays@live.co.uk or call: 07731 301217. Small town : lovers by John Bunday Chris and Brenda Molyneux - Venue 75 A er a three year break Chris and Brenda are delighted to be taking part in the 2022 Hampshire Open Studios event again this year at their home in Hythe. During lockdown Brenda challenged herself to produce a few watercolour paintings to add to her collection and has also been exploring new colour combinations in her abstracted work along with the atmospheric seascapes and landscapes that she loves, but every painting has been a journey of exploration and discovery. Intense colour re ects her mood and emotions but she says each painting takes its own path and determines the process towards the end result. During this timeChris has not been idle inhis workshop. He has enjoyed exploring the hidden treasures in wood to create unique pieces in both functional and decorative forms. Although still very a ordable his work is nished to a very high standard capturing the nature within. He uses both exotic and indigenous woods turning each trunk into a tactile object of beauty. They look forward to welcoming you to view their many new pieces of woodturning and paintings along with some treasured favourites. ey are open daily from 10am to 5pm so do go along and see what they do. Art on the Pier – Debra Campbell and Jill Gower - Venue 78 Art on the Pier A er their successful inaugural exhibition last year, Debra Campbell and Jill Gower are happy to announce they are back! Go and take a stroll down the historic Hythe Pier or take a ride on its unique railway to the Waiting Room at the end of the pier to enjoy a truly unique and varied art display. Friends Debra and Jill met at a local art class 8 years ago and have been rm pals ever since, sharing a passion for the land/seascapes, the New Forest and ‘Heartbeat of Hythe’, the local train and it’s pier. Since travel restrictions have li ed however, they have been able to travel both abroad and within the UK hence some of their works re ect these experiences. Debra for example, like many people over the last few years, was nally able to be reunited with her South African family a er 3 years. From vibrant abstracts, coastal watercolours, orals and landscapes in pastels, cards and gi s, there really is something for everyone. Both friends are dedicated members of the Hythe Pier Heritage Association (HPHA). is year marks the centenary of the pier railway, so look out for some special commemorative art works! A percentage of all sales will be donated to HPHA. Exhibition dates and times: Saturday 27th toTuesday 30th August 10am–4pm Frances and friends along with New Forest Mohair are open at venue 67 for Hampshire Open Studios from Saturday 20th to Monday 29th August 11am to 5pm daily. You will nd them in the lovely New Forest village of Pilley, where Frances will be exhibiting her forest paintings, prints, artist books and cards. She is joined by Jenny with cyanotypes and prints. Julie, from Grey to Green Home, will also be bringing her garden pots and gardenalia. When you pop in you will be able to meet some angora goats whose eeces are spun into beautiful hand-dyed mohair yarns, with curly eece and needle felting bres also available for cra ers, along with other mohair products. Frances and friends with New Forest Mohair - Venue 67 Pig Bush etching by Frances Mason ere are many artists exhibiting a wide range of art, from painting to textiles and jewellery around the Waterside and New Forest area. With lots of lovely places to stop for lunch, why not enjoy a day out. Contact Frances on 01590 679921 if you would like a guide listing showing the artists who are open.

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