Artists at Headley Shop

Ann Hoddinott, Gill Banks, Sue Crook, Helen Mortimor, Julie Smith

Ann Hoddinott

Drawing, Painting, Mixed media

Ann Hoddinott

Experiment, keep looking, pay attention to detail, use colour ... actions like these run through my head when I paint. My landscapes are based on local scenes but are not limited to these as I take my sketchbook and camera with me wherever I go. I use a variety of media but mostly I work in acrylics.

T:01635 268607
E:ann.hoddinott@btinternet.com
W:www.annhoddinott.co.uk

 

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Gill Banks

Mixed media, Textiles

Gill Banks

Although still enjoying the excitement and joy of glorious, brilliant colour, I find myself increasingly attracted by the landscape with its earthy colours and ever changing light. Seeking to portray this, I am exploring paint, print and other media whilst retaining an element of stitch.

T:02086 778695
M:078401 30515
E:gillbanks49@gmail.com
W:www.hapticart.co.uk
   

 

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Sue Crook

Textiles

Sue Crook

Hand-dyed natural fabrics with free hand machine embroidery ('stitched sketching') continue as part of my work often extending into mixed media collages. I have been experimenting with abstract hand stitching in different colour and pattern combinations. My inspiration comes from places and events I visit. Part of this year's work was inspired by the music at Newbury Spring Festival.

T:07882 600092
E:sulphursue@yahoo.co.uk
W:www.suecrook.com
 

 

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Helen Mortimer

Textiles

Helen Mortimer

An exploration of colour and line through architecture in the landscape have inspired my new paintings on silk. Recent work follows travels abroad, in particular to Spain - including Granada and the Alhambra. New hand-painted calligraphy-inspired silk scarves will also be on display.

T:07979 805908
E:helen.art@hotmail.co.uk
W:www.helenmortimer.com
 

 

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Julie Smith

Glass, Textiles

julie smith

Reflection - Serious thought or consideration given to ideas and opinions often involving Art and/or human destiny. Reverie is when ideas float in our minds without reflection or understanding.

T:01635 298157
E:juliestextiles@btinternet.com

 

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Wheelchair access

Headley Community Shop, The Old Baptist Chapel, Thornford Road, Headley, Berkshire RG19 8AD
t: 01635 268607
e: ann.hoddinott@btinternet.com
w: www.annhoddinott.co.uk

Once in Headley turn left off A339 into Ashford Hill road and then next right into Thornford Road. Studio is in village shop. Also part of North Hampshire Artists trail.

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