The Little House of Art


One of my framed prints that will be at the exhibition.

As you know, I’m taking part in Somerset Art Weeks 2013 and I’m sharing a gallery with five other artists, each very successful in their chosen media.  Our gallery is called The Little House of Art, and it’s a gallery masquerading as a B&B!     It’s a lovely property which has art covering all the walls and bookshelves for any guests to view and Sue Needham has been working hard to get the artists organised for the exhibition which starts on the 21st September.  We’re quite an eclectic bunch which is great as there will be so much variety to see.  It would be great if you could visit our exhibition during Somerset Art Weeks.  So, why don’t you pop along and have a look at the range of art on display, and available to buy.

The Little House of Art  is situated at No 6 Albert Buildings, Glastonbury, Somerset, BA6 9JN.  Tel: 01458 830485, click here to go to the website.  The show is open from 11am – 5.00pm daily from Saturday, 21st September – 6th October 2013.

Why don’t you take a look at the artists website to get a flavour of what you might see at the exhibition.  Just click on each artists name to go to their website!

Jean Stevens – hand pulled limited edition prints (Me!)

Paul Burgess – Paintings of light and nature

Tamsyn Gregory – Paintings and Textile Jewellery

Rob Sherwood – Oils, Wet on West, Landscapes

Lynn Keddie – Sensual oils, flirty watercolours, feisty acrylics

Wendy Dunt – Functional and sculptural ceramics

I look forward to seeing you at the Little House of Art!


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  1. Pingback: Somerset Art Weeks Exhibits | Jean Stevens Studio Diary

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