Hampshire based artist Lynette Long has an interest in depicting the human form. She has a large family which she uses to draw inspiration from. Working intuitively without a preconceived idea of the end result, Lynette lets the medium she is working with help to evolve the piece – this keeps her work fresh and original.
Great party at our Artist’s Reception evening yesterday at Hanger Farm. A lovely venue, full of character, with extremely helpful technicians who made the hanging process almost pain free, and our evening guests were very complimentary about the exhibition. It is on until 27 April so please do go along if you are in the area. A taster of what you will see can be found below.
Following on from a cold and snowy four days at the Birmingham NEC last weekend, the group are now busy getting their work together for our Hanger Farm exhibition which starts next week. As a taster of what to expect, here is a piece of work from Nicky Blake taken at the recent ICHF show.
Captivated by the outstanding beauty of the Solent coastline and ancient woodlands of the New Forest, Nicky is constantly thrilled and challenged to create Art that reflects her passion for our natural world.
Since completing the Foundation Degree in Stitched Textiles in 2012, Nicky is now studying for a Diploma in Stained Glass and Fusing Glass Techniques at the Creative Glass Guild in Bristol.
We are very excited to be exhibiting at Hanger Farm during April. This arts centre is based in Totton in Southampton within a unique Grade II listed 18th century converted barn and is Totton College’s performing arts facility and professional community arts venue.