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  • BA graphic design at Bath Academy of Art, Corsham

  • designer, educational television

  • running visual communication and educational media courses overseas for the British Council

  • MBA City University Business School

  • running educational software company with my husband

  • now enjoying and exploring art for its own sake


Hopefully 2024 will be a year when local activities and exhibitions flourish after some challenging times.

Henley Art & Crafts Guild

The Guild has been encouraging interest in the visual arts since 1953. Its programme of exhibitions, workshops and summer landscape days makes a creative focus for local artists, and enables us to exhibit work regularly in the area.

Following the Spring 2024 Exhibition, there will be further exhibitions later in the year.

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Henley Arts Trail

As a founding member of this annual Trail of open studios and exhibitions, I'm thrilled to see how it has gone from strength to strength; it attracts over 10,000 visitors who browse, meet the artists and buy their work.

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Work included:

painting, paper-cutting, photography, printing, ceramics, glass, sculpture, textiles, cards, collage

HAT 2024
took place from
Saturday 4 May

to Monday 6 May

Venue 12 was at my riverside home and studio, with exciting work by 17 local artists and sculptors:

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       Anne Marie Chiasson        Martin Lorenz

       Gerry Coles                     Charlotte Martin

       Dawn Conn                      Karin Ort

       Bronwen Coussens           Alison Pink

       Richard Cresswell             Roz Read

       Judith Fletcher                 Wendy Reed

       Allan Henderson               Gary Spencer

       Peter Jones                      Jayne Ward

       Jenny Law                      



Demonstrations took place each day:

10-12am - Wood carving by Ernest Riall,

                Director of The Wooburn Craft School

12-2pm - Lino-cutting by Gerry Coles

2-4pm - Ceramic creatures by Alison Pink

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