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Herefordshire Art Week

9th-17th September 2017, 11am - 5pm daily

 

 

Herefordshire Art Week is a nine day art trail, for arists, craftmakers and creative businesses to open studios, galleries and group exhibitions to raise their profile and sell artwork.  Megan, Bill and Shelly will once again be using us to showcase their exciting new work.   All three artists will be there to welcome you during the week.  Details can be found here

 

Megan Evans has been developing her work using a range of new materials collected from Herefordshire verges. Her Collagraphs are becoming increasingly layered, resulting in greater depth and texture.

 

Bill Evans continues to develop his painting practice using a rich range of new colours, reflecting the stunning local landscape and his recent trip to Sicily.

 

Wildlife illustrator Shelly Perkins will be showing a new range of prints including pieces inspired by her recent travels as artist in residence to Antarctica.

Megan Evans

 

Megan combines traditional Collagraph Printmaking with hand drawn detail to reinvent Litter collected from the natural environment.  The audience is invited to read the 'ingredients' of each piece, revealing where and when the Litter was found.  She now works predominantly in Herefordshire, collecting most of her Litter from our roadsides, thrown by the passengers of passing cars.  She creates a variety of designs for Print and Clothing, and also delivers inclusive creative workshops for Schools, Colleges, Universities and UK festivals to raise the profile of Litter in our natural landscape.

 

Click here to have a look at Megan's website

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Shelly Perkins

 

Shelly is a freelance illustrator specialising in wildlife and landscape scenes mainly inspired by the countryside around her home in the rural Midlands.  She works both commercially and on self initiated projects that she sells as prints and cards. Her unique way of combining traditional painting and drawing techniques with digital enhancement results in finished works which she sells as limited edition prints making them highly unusual and collectable pieces of art. Her commercial clients include BBC Wildlife Magazine, The National Trust and the RSPB.

 

Click here to have a look at Shelly's website

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