h.Art Herefordshire Arts Week - September 2015

H Art Herefordshire Arts Week - September 2015

This years h.Art  week was a tremendous success with visitors travelling from as far as the USA. Victoria Westaway created a new series of Willow Peacocks as well as Owls and figures which proved popular alongside abstract works in steel wire and copper. Nestled amongst the sedums stood Victoria's willow spheres on spike which added beautiful structure to the borders of the wild garden.

hArt offers a chance for visitors to see Herefordshire artists in action and once again Victoria was delighted to demonstrate her skills over the course of the week. Not only did Victoria show others how she works, she also inspired many keen art lovers to take part and have a go.

For the second time, Arts in the Marches exhibited in the Herefordshire Open Studios event during h.Art week 12th to 20th September. Frances Warren, owner and organiser of Arts in the Marches was thrilled with the last years success, "we had a fantastic week welcoming over 800 visitors and sold many pieces. This year we're aiming to exceed our standards and deliver excellence to all our visitors and contributing artists". 

 Images from Arts in the Marches Open Studios event during h.Art 2015  at Venue 87

For h.Art 2015 Arts in the Marches at Llangarron presented an exciting range of affordable sculpture from established local artists, including Victoria Westaway, Sally Anne Tottle, Alan Richardson and Glenn Morris. Exhibiting affordable sculptures for your home and garden. Work includes bronze, cement fondue, ceramics, metal, resin, stone, willow, wire and wood; ranging from larger than life to hand sized collectables.

Herefordshire Art Week - 2015For more information contact,
Frances Warren
Arts in the Marches
The White House
tel: 07917 522253

Art in the Marches

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