The first weekend of the Caversham Arts trail was a great success. We are very much looking forward to opening again this coming Friday 13th May until Sunday 15th May between 11am and 5pm.
You can find me and my ceramics are at Venue 7 along with jewellery by Machi de Waard and knitted textiles by Jules Hogan. Come and visit us if you get the chance, we’d love to see you.
You can download the leaflet which includes all artists details, opening times, demonstration information and a map showing all venues here.
|New porcelain wall art I’ve just finished
|Jules Hogan – knitted textiles at venue 7
|Machi de Waard also at venue 7
|Julie Simmonds and David Pope at venue 2
|Peter Quarmby, Louise Spiers, Mary Phelan and Sonia Olaniyan at venue 1
|Nicola Duncan at venue 9
You can see more images from last week here.
If you would like to know more regarding parking, restricted access and refreshments at each of the venues please click here.
This weekend you can also enjoy the following demonstrations: basketmaking, silverwork, chinese brush painting, spinning and weaving, jewellery making, slip casting ceramics as well as poetry reading. See the flyer for more information.
Five of the artists participating in the Caversham Arts Trail will also be showing their work at the Reading Contemporary Art Fair on 14th and 15th May. Look out for Louise Spiers, Julie Simmonds, Charles Burns, Sonia Olaniyan and Matthew Keeler at the Caversham Artists stand.