Selected at Newark Park, part of Select 2014

Newark Park, Wotton Under Edge, GL12 7PZ

01453 751056
info@stroudsit.org
www.sitselect.org

Wednesday 23 April 2014 – Sunday 08 June 2014
Opening Hours: 10:00 - 17:00
Admission Fee: National Trust 6

30 talented and extraordinary artist craft-makers exhibit their work in the stunning setting of Newark Park, a National Trust property. Newark Park was once a Tudor Hunting Lodge and the breathtaking valley is still unspoilt. Close your eyes and you can hear the hounds baying in the valley.

The work from leading national makers as well as regional emerging makers who take part in the Select Trail, will be exhibited throughout this delightful property and includes textiles, etched glass, ceramics, willow, paper, paintings and prints. 5 artists are creating site responsive work inspired by the history of house and surrounding landscape. They are Caren Garfen, Joe Lovelock, Susan Early, Jilly Cobbe, Penny Prince and Caroline Bartlett.

SIT Patrons were invited to select artists to exhibit:

Patron Mary La Trobe Bateman – Eleanor Glover – animated sculpture
Patron Linda Brassington – Sue Hartrey - woven textiles
Patron Simon Olding – Ruth Dresman – etched glass
Patron Jilly Edwards- Malcolm Martin & Gaynor Dowling – carved wood
Patron Margaret Benton – Katharine Morling – porcelain sculpture

For full details and all artists exhibiting pick up the free leaflet

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