MARKET SQUARE, SALISBURY
SUNDAY - 6th JUNE
10AM - 4PM
J A N E W A L K E R
I paint mostly urban, and semi-urban scenes, mainly in oils. Most of my paintings are of places in, and around Salisbury.
A t A I L O F Y A R N
The yarn enthusiast behind A TAIL OF YARN, I blend animal fibres, plant dyes and textile waste to spin characterful art yarns which inspire my crochet hats, knitwear and spinning, knitting and crochet kits. I’m also passionate about sharing skills and keeping traditional crafts alive at my rural studio.
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V A L E R I E N E R V A
Valerie seeks to express, through her colourful expressionist oil paintings, the mood and mystery of place and of what lies beyond the purely physical. Current experimental works share the joy and creative freedom she has found this year in the natural world of garden and local landscapes.
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A N T H O N Y H A R R I S
After working at the Royal College of Art for 15 years within the Ceramics and Glass Department I moved to Salisbury to set up Glass Art Services and Restoration business in 2015. I use the Verre Eglomise process, drawing through silver leaf, to create images of birds and wildlife.
V I C K Y B I L T O N
Vicky uses free machine embroidery and hand stitching to produce framed pieces. Her subject matter can be a traditional landscape, birds or a stone wall, and is inspired by beauty in unusual places. Vicky also makes bespoke greetings cards.
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H A R R I E T B I L T O N
Harriet designs and makes a range of textile products from sustainable materials, such as bamboo. By making natural dyes and mordants from foraged items and kitchen waste she is able to keep to a muted colour palette. She also experiments with cyanotypes and printmaking techniques by transferring botanical imagery onto paper and fabric.
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B A R B R A L P H
WATERCOLOUR & PASTELS
I trained at Cardiff College of Art and have lived and painted in the West Country ever since. I have always painted using watercolours but have recently branched out into pastel painting, my subjects vary from landscapes to wildlife, but during lockdown birds seem to have featured more – probably a wish to fly away too! Most of my paintings are available as mounted prints and greeting cards.
M A R Y F A W C E T T
ACRYLIC & PASTEL
Come and enjoy colourful and vibrant paintings in many different sizes. I am inspired to paint landscape, sea, flowers and some spiritually based work amongst other experimental pieces. Most are framed or on canvasses. I have exhibited over many years and there are bargains available as I can't stop painting!!
D A W N H A I N E S
Dawn Haines is the artisan potter behind Soul Fired Ceramics. Dawn creates beautiful, hand-made ceramics to be used, loved and enjoyed everyday as a sustainable alternative to throw-away, plastic and mass produced items. Her home studio in Winterslow is powered by electricity generated by solar panels.
‘Made from the soul. Fired by the sun’.
C H R I S L O C K
I have been photographing Wiltshire and Dorset for the last fifteen years and still find great inspiration in the changing moods and colours of the landscape through the seasons. My work has appeared in a number of books and magazines, and 2021 will mark the tenth edition of my Wylye Valley Calendar, which supports the Wiltshire based charity Hope and Homes for Children.
S A R A H H O B L E Y
I am a portrait sculptor working on a commission basis, creating, in clay, a likeness of a horse, dog, adult or child. To complement my commission work, I also produce a range of limited edition relief sculptures. My work is cast in bronze, bronze resin or elegant, white marble resin.
D A N B I L T O N
ARTIST - OILS & MIXED MEDIA
Dan’s paintings are built up layers of oil paint and mixed media focusing on the colours, textures and forms found in rugged landscapes. He mainly works from memories of specific places to give a more abstract feel. Dan completed an Art Foundation Diploma at Salisbury College and studied Fine Art at Plymouth University. His paintings are on permanent display at several independent businesses in Salisbury.
R I C H A R D H O R N E R
WATERCOLOUR & OILS
Richard Horner is a self-taught fine artist and described himself as a die-in-the wool Yorkshireman but for the last 30 years has been living in self-imposed exile in Wiltshire. He has dabbled in most mediums but finds the switching between Watercolour and Oil his most rewarding. Subject matter ranges from landscapes, still life to portraits with the living world his inspiration. Some of these creations have also been accompanied by self-penned poetry.
F I O N A C H A R T E R
Fiona is a ceramicist specialising in hand built plates, platters, and vases. She loves painting birds and animals using underglazes and slips and draws much inspiration from the Wiltshire countryside that surrounds her garden studio in Downton. Having had a long career teaching art in schools and colleges in and around Salisbury, Fiona is now able to devote her time to producing her own work, walking her dogs and gardening!