The Indian Summer is due to return for the rest of the 10 Parishes Festival so making ideal conditions for some autumn art touring!
Collective Exhibitions can be a rewarding destination experience and once again Waterrow Church and Community Hall hosts a variety of works.
Edmund Butler has been designing and making furniture for 30 years, following an apprenticeship with Spink’s in London. His work is a real thing of beauty.
Jane Hollowood is exhibiting mixed media paintings mainly of landscapes. Jane’s paintings are mainly executed in oils or acrylics. She will also show a few collates and some artwork depicting our industrial past.
Susie Kenward is exhibiting detailed botanical studies of flowers, fruit and vegetables and dog portraits in watercolour and coloured pencil.
Lesley Marshall will display her unique crafted cakes, cake sculptures and cake toppers (edible and clay). Each Festival always brings new characters to enjoy!
Steve Marshall works in unique hand turned woodcraft. All items are made from locally sourced hardwoods – most being from storm damaged trees.
Raamy Nadim designs robust stoneware pots for use in the oven, aga and microwave. All are glazed in striking rich colours.
With such a choice in one venue there is a real shopping opportunity here! If you are not too sure where Waterrow is, then take the B3227 from Wiveliscombe in the direction of Bampton. Turn right at the Rock Inn when you get into Waterrow and the venue is 200 yards on the left.