Eight-Create

Frome Town Hall, Christchurch Street, Frome BA11 1EB

info@fromeopenstudios.co.uk
www.fromeopenstudios.co.uk

Saturday 07 July 2018 – Sunday 15 July 2018
Opening Hours: 11am-5pm

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Saturday 7 July, 4–6pm

Sabine Abraham’s large-scale paintings use strong lines and colour, geometry, bold shapes and form and feature industrial scenes, discarded objects and man-made destruction.

Rosie Hart’s work is bold and contemporary, frequently touching on influences from gothic subculture, heavy metal, cult film and science fiction.

Lizbeth Spurgeon creates abstract landscapes in oil influenced by the colours, lines and shapes of nature.

Sarah Truscott uses natural fibres to weave scarves, rugs and wall-hangings in delicately graduated colour-ways.

Emma Tuck produces drawings, lino cuts and collagraphs which are inspired by both the beauty and the destruction of the natural word.

Sue Willis makes intricate silk paintings and pen and ink drawings using patterns and structures from nature, especially circles and spirals.

Suzanne Woodward’s mixed media works on paper are informed by dreams, memories, musings, ruminations, travel and stories from world mythology and folklore.

Amy Yates will be showcasing her colourful oil paintings and mixed media piece, inspired by local townscapes.

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Visual Arts South West

Working towards a South West where talented artists thrive, and a resilient and connected visual arts ecology that inspires more engaged and diverse audiences to value and advocate for its work.

Part of the Contemporary Visual Arts Network

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