THE SEEING EYE
Responding to the Environment
How do we represent our world, our experiences, what echo of this resides within us, what footprints left behind; are we not a product of our environments; physical, political, societal and emotional? Does the artist capture a moment, a sensation the public then recognises and connects with? What moves and engages us, as audience, in others work, or indeed for the artist when making it?
These are all themes we invite you to explore in THE SEEING EYE, Responding to Environment.
Cordelia Hampton-John – Director of Arts Programming
Treasure Found - Sustainable Jewellery
Sarah Drew - Wild Jewellery Designer, Maker & Author
Sarah Drew's stunning sustainable pieces, contemporary eclectic Jewellery, crafted from found objects and salvaged materials, such as beach finds, rust, recycled silver and gold and big semi-precious stones.
Exhibition 12 December - 6 January
Private View and Talk - 6 December, 5 - 7pm
Workshop – Treasure Found
Saturday 16 December, 10am - 4pm
£60 incl. light lunch
To book your space email email@example.com
Past events this season
The Seeing Eye - Looking Through The Lens
Jacqui Hurst - Award Photographer
Light in the Landscape - Painting in Oils
Forms From Nature - Inspirational Metal Work
Season 1 - Powered by Touch
See the highlights from the first season which included drawing, paper cutting, textile mixed media and stunning willow work.
Season 2 - THE MAGIC OF MAKING
See the highlights from the Second season which included building in clay, lino cutting , hand carved wooden vessels and dynamic cross stitch.