August 2011

Binham Grange Summer Exhibition - 6th to 29th August

For the third year running the Binham Grange Summer Art Exhibition will be showcasing an exciting collection of original work including sculpture, paintings, ceramics, jewellery, portrait painting and prints from a very talented group of South West artists. Following the success of last year the exhibition has been expanded to include more artists and the gallery space has been extended to include two barns and sculpture gardens.

The exhibition will be held in the beautiful grounds of historic Binham Grange, a unique Jacobean house of great antiquity, offering good food and luxury accommodation. Binham Grange is located in Old Cleeve just off the A39, on the road from Old Cleeve to Blue Anchor.

The artists will be providing demonstrations each day and will be available to talk about their work. A series of short workshops will be running during the exhibition. These include painting, printmaking, sculpture, jewellery, pottery, fabric painting and other crafts. More details are available on the workshops page.

Visitors can also enjoy morning coffees, lunches and afternoon teas at the Grange Restaurant or take some time to relax in the landscaped gardens

The exhibition will run from the 6th to 29th of August and is open daily from 10.30am to 5pm. Entry to the exhibition and parking are both free.

This year the artists will include:

Lucy Brown - Ceramic Work / Diane Burnell - Painting / Fiona Campbell - Sculpture / Melanie Deegan - Sculpture / Tracey Hatton - Drawing & Painting / Andrew Hobbs - Photography / Renee Kilburn - Ceramic Work / Jenny Graham - Painting / Jim Munnion - Painting & Printmaking / Penny Price - Jewellery / Jay Davey - Willow Sculpture / Alison Jacobs - Painting / Rebecca Birtwhistle - Drawing & Painting / Rachel Waldock - Drawing & Painting / Nic Wingate - Photography / Tom Wood - Sculpture / Leo Davey - Painting & Illustration / Louise Waugh - Painting & Printmaking / Sam Jeffs - Sculpture / Jozef Mesar - Sculpture

View the exhibition flyer

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