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Sunday, 17 April 2011

ARTISTS AT QUEEN ANNE'S

''Very impressive work around, some exciting ideas and quality techniques utilised.''

''Lots of well executed ideas. Worthwhile event. I shall encourage friends to come.''

These were just two of the overwhelmingly positive comments from visitors to our Open Studios 2010 exhibition. This year will be no exception and promises to be even more interesting as we have some changes to the artists showing with us in our exhibition: ‘Artists at Queen Anne’s’ which is number 83 in the catalogue this year. The exhibition is by artists who have been invited to exhibit with the Art & Design Department at Queen Anne’s School. On show will be a vibrant selection of work which includes paintings in a variety of media on canvas, there will also be work on paper, printmaking, photographs, jewellery, as well as textiles and leather handbags. In addition there will be a considerable amount of work by students of Queen Anne’s Art Department from all age groups. In the studios there will be work in progress from AS and A level students. Also on display will be a selection of work by past exhibitors at the School’s annual exhibition at the SW1 Gallery, London. The Elliot Art & Design Building is just a short walk from Caversham centre at Queen Anne's School just off the Henley Road. There is free parking and free entry but visitors are requested to sign in and out of the building. Parking is the right on entry at the main gates, on Henley Road. Walk across the front of the main building to the Elliot Art and Design Centre, following the arrows and just ring the bell on:
Saturday 28th, Sunday 29th and Monday 30th May. 11am-5pm Daily.
List of Artists:
Vicky Baker
John Blythe
Sue Diffey
Juliet Hookey
Michael Norcross

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