Sadly the Wylye Valley Art Trail is over for another year. However the group so enjoyed 2017 that we are already looking forward to exhibiting together for WVAT 2019.
You can still contact the artists involved by following the links below.
Longbridge Deverill Village Hall, Longbridge Deverill, Warminster, BA12 7DL
Open every day 10.30am-5.30 pm
Brochures available April 2017 see WVAT.CO.UK
Sabine Abraham, Abstract Painting and Textiles
Sabine shares a studio at The Welshmill Hub in Frome. As well as her beautifully executed semi abstract paintings which reflect the world around us in form and colour, she hand produces quirky, colourful and imaginative textiles.
Rachel Applegate, Silk Paintings
Rachel’s silk paintings depict local landscapes inspired by the changing seasons, sea and skyscapes, using jewel like colours.
Craig Eyles, Contemporary Ceramics
Decorative and functional ceramics inspired by many man made and natural forms. Craig enjoys layering glazes to create textured surfaces.
Craig will have his portable potters wheel at the exhibition for those who would like to try their hand at throwing a small pot. Unfortunately he is unable to fire these items.
Call him on 07900 661666 to confirm times, £5 each.
Jenny Eyles, Abstract Painting and sculpture
Email: Jenny Eyles
Jenny produces abstract paintings and is working on a series of pieces based on the colours found in the garden. She is also well known for her sculptures created using skulls, feathers and antlers alongside other found items.
Andy Millar, Wood turning, bandsaw boxes, chopping boards
Andy creates beautiful handcrafted fountain pens, ballpoints, letter openers, magnifying glasses, chopping boards and bandsaw boxes, in a selection of British and Tropical Woods specifically sourced by him.
Tina Seviour, Jewellery inspired by Indian Textiles and crafts
Love of Indian textiles and crafts inspires Tina’s unique, lovingly created jewellery and photography, she often incorporates reclaimed sari silk.
Sarah Truscott, Hand Woven Textiles
Sarah hand weaves rugs, scarves and wall hangings. Colour continues to be a strong influence in her work using subtle tonal changes to create a feeling of movement and harmony in every piece.
Caroline Walsh-Waring, Surrealist Images in oil, watercolour, pen and ink
Caroline finds inspiration in the landscape and life combining them to create bright thought provoking surrealist image with a sense of life and energy. She is influenced by Dali, Magritte and Bosch introducing an essence of music and movement rendering the paintings personal, unique and intimate.