Herald - Issue 427

4th August 2022 • The HERALD • Page 37 v HAMPSHIRE OPEN STUDIOS - 20TH TO 29TH AUGUST v Soft Pastel Art Workshops Venue 80 Sue Kerrigan-Harris invites you to come to her garden studio and try soft pastel. Pastel a mini seascape and take home your first pastel painting! (Small charge). Sue is a professional Pastel Artist & experienced Tutor based in Marchwood. Open: 9.30am-4pm 20th-21st & 26th-29th August 1 Moss Drive, Marchwood SO40 4YB Hampshire Open Studios Located in the village of Marchwood you will nd Susan Kerrigan-Harris. Sue is an award winning Artist, experienced Art Tutor/Workshop Leader and teaches students worldwide. Sue invites you to go to her garden studio and try so pastel. Pastel a mini seascape along with Sue and take home your rst pastel painting! (small charge) Sue is a patient and generous teacher and loves to inspire her students about the delights of so pastel! 1 Moss Drive, Marchwood, SO40 4YB. 20th-21st and 26th-29th August from 9.30am to 4pm Susan KerriganHarris & Friends – Venue 80 Chalk’s Gallery is situated in the artistic St. omas Street in Lymington and is run by mother and daughter team Harriet & Rosie. Chalk’s prides itself on supporting and promoting local artists from the New Forest and Hampshire as well as neighbouring counties; giving them a platform to allow their work to reach a wider audience. eir summer exhibition ‘Aquamarine’ features artists from the local area that are inspired by the beautiful south coast and the wider ocean world, including Sian Appleyard, Gillian Connor, Colin Jones, Pete Gilbert, Holly Butler and Briony Maple. e collection of work for this exhibition encompasses a wide range of mediums, including ceramics, textiles, painting, printmaking, jewellery, glass, sculpture, woodwork and metalwork. All pieces on display will be available to purchase and take away on the day. During Hampshire Open Studios, Chalk’s will also be hosting exclusive live artist demonstrations in the gallery, with a di erent exhibiting artist each day. You will be able to Chalk’s Gallery - Venue 56 watch some of their making processes, talk to them about their inspirations and see how their work comes to life. Demonstrations will include linoprinting, needle-felting, painting, sculpture and jewellery making. Find out a full list of demonstrating artists on their website at www.chalksgallery.com. (Listings are subject to change). You can also follow Chalk’s on Instagram for more instant updates at @chalksgallery Chalk’s will be open from Monday - Saturday during Hampshire Open Studios from 10am - 5pm each day. (Closed Sunday 21st, Sunday 28th & Monday 29th August) Angels Farm Pottery - Venue 88 e potters at Angels Farm Pottery are looking forward to welcoming you to their studio in Lyndhurst. Established in 1974 by Jo Osman, the pottery has a large studio, showroom, kilns and a beautiful garden. Jo produces functional and decorative stoneware for the home as well as teaching pottery to the next generation of potters during regular classes and residential courses. For Hampshire Open Studios Jo will be joined by her daughter Lyndsey Stride and fellow apprentices Derek Potts and Yoko Romita who will all be exhibiting their work. e potters will be demonstrating on the wheel during the days they are open, and would love to talk to you about their work. Refreshments will be available in return for a donation to the Empty Bowls project, which will donate all proceeds to local food bank charities. Parking is available at the pottery which is located on the corner of Chapel Lane and Pinkney Lane. Open Studio 20th-21st and 25th-28th August, 10am-4pm. Chalk’s Gallery Mandy Smith and Aylsa Williams - Venue 237 Artist Printmakers Mandy and Aylsa exhibit regularly in Southampton and beyond. is year Aylsa’s linocut was awarded Best Original Print in St Barbe’s open exhibition, she was also part of the Hilliers ‘Inspired by Nature’ Exhibition. Mandy’s printed cubes won the printmaking prize at Southampton City Art Gallery open and was awarded a bursary to exhibit in a group show at God’s House Tower. Both artists are inspired by nature, landscape, changing seasons and architecture. Mandy is well known for her original Southampton heritage linocuts. Aylsa is a biologist turned painter and printmaker, her love of nature inspires artworks in both acrylic paintings and original linocuts. A range of original linocuts, card-cuts, monotypes and acrylic paintings, as well as cards, postcards, artist books and gi ware will be available. Stoneware and porcelain studio pottery Pinkney Lane, Lyndhurst SO43 7FE 023 8028 4079 www.angelsfarm.co.uk HAMPSHIRE OPEN STUDIOS Open 20th-21st & 25th-28th August 10am-4pm