Eype Centre for the Arts

Painting, Ceramics & Pottery

BOS Venue 5

Meet the Artists on Saturday 8th September. All seven artists will be there.

 

 

 

 

 

 

John Boyd: John’s love of the Dorset landscape is evident in his
atmospheric paintings. Working in oil, watercolour and mixed media.

John Boyd: 07784942979 ~ www.johnboyd.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marion Taylor: Known for her depictions of Colmers Hill, Marion’s
paintings are rich in pattern and colour. Lynne Grace: Lynne’s vibrant
and experimental paintings reflect her exploration of, and fascination
with the landscape.

Marion Taylor: 0788 180 5510

www.dorsetpaintings.co.uk ~ Twitter : @marion_taylor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Charlotte Miller: Charlotte’s semi abstract paintings
using mixed media are inspired by the local landscape and coastal paths.

Charlotte Miller: 07443516141 ~ www.charlotte-miller.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maggie Cooke: Imaginative works in porcelain combine fine art and
ceramics. Maggie gathers inspiration from nature, wildlife and the coast.

Maggie Cooke: 07789844003 ~ maggie@upweypotters.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brian Cocks: Brian’s paintings are concerned with light and colour,
either with tree forms appearing to glow or the varying effects of light.

Brian Cocks: 01308862047 ~ b.cocks@btinternet.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

David Emery: David believes in pushing boundaries and has produced
large sculptural pieces for the garden, heavily influenced by Japanese
screen prints.

David Emery: 01305832907 ~ www.daveemerypottery.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lynne Grace: Lynne’s vibrant and experimental paintings reflect her exploration and fascination with the landscape and through the medium of paint she creates a world of her own making using memory, imagination and experience. Hand painted cards available. 

Lynne Grace: 07739905501 www.lynnegrace.co.uk ~ Twitter: @lynnegrace13251 lynnegrace@btinternet.com

 

Eype Centre for the Arts, St Peter Chapel, Mount Lane, Eype, Bridport, DT6 6AR

Directions out of Bridport on A35 towards Honiton, take left turn signposted Eype. Ignore Higher Eype and take second right signposted The Beach. The exhibition is on the left after a very sharp right hand turn. Parking outside the Church.

10.30am – 4.30pm
8/9/10/11/12/13/14/15/16 September

W.C.: Yes
Wheelchair access: Yes

Showing with John Boyd, Lynne Grace, Marion Taylor, Charlotte Miller, Maggie Cooke, Brian Cocks & David Emery

The Salt House, West Bay

The Shed Gallery

Photography / Original Artwork / Manipulated Images

BOS Venue 23

The Shed Gallery is a community based website that provides a space to sell your photography or art online without the hassle of running your own website. We sell prints of your work to order and hold group exhibitions and help through our growing network reach a larger audience.

Featuring: Ester d Mira, Debra Cox, Paul Newman, Catherine Gillingham, Juliet Evans, Guy Kirkham, Owen Vachell, Tim Firkin, Rob Coombe, Sarah Broome, Pete Hackett, Gina Williams, Sam Rose, Shaun Jacobs, Iain Tall, Dawn Brimicombe, Carla Regler, Kym Cox & Chelsea Davine.

The Salthouse, West Bay, DT6 4EL

Assorted parking in the harbour.

07518 423862

www.theshedgallery.com

Twitter: @shedphotography   –   Facebook Page: The Shed Photography

10am – 5pm

14 /15 / 16 September

WC: yes

Wheelchair access:  yes

Rouwen & Reeve

Artist & Ceramicist

BOS Venue 16

Beverley Rouwen and Douglas Reeve create installations exploring the synergy of canvas, paper and clay that result from their explorations and continued dialogue.

The Long Barn, Kingston Russell, Dorchester, DT2 9EE
A35 from Bridport – take left at Kingston Russell sign. Take immediate left fork (left of post box). Follow sign.


07921 586863
www.rouwenreeve.com    –    instagram: rouwenandreeve

11am – 4pm
8 / 9 /10 /11 /12 / – /14 /15 / 16 September

WC: yes

Photo: © Pete Millson 2018.
Phone: 07768 077353 (UK).
30 July 2018.
Bridport Open Studios.

Askerswell Workshops

Alan Hussey & Corrie Van Rijn

Fabric & Wood

Our studio is situated in a picturesque village, surrounded by beautiful countryside.

Corrie’s innovative and timeless pieces are made in natural fabrics using simple block-prints, hand-waxing and hand-painting/dying processes.

A retrospective look at Alan’s furniture and some new work…. objects in wood, functional and non-functional.

Askerswell Workshops, Askerswell, Dorchester, DT2 9EL

From A35 turn off to Askerswell. In the village, take lane off square between the phone box and the notice board. Studio is 100 metres on the left with ample parking.

01308 485544

www.corrievanrijn.wordpress.com

www.alanhussey.co.uk

Facebook page: Askerswell Workshops

11am – 5pm

8/9/10/11/12/13/14/15/16 September

WC: yes

Wheelchair access: yes

 

Studio 48 Arts & Craft Gallery

Fiona Neylan & Jenny Vyvyan-Penney

Millinery & Accessories, Art & Design  / Sculpted Landscapes

Fiona designs, makes and sources individual Hats, Headwear and Accessories for all occasions using traditional hat-blocking techniques from straws, sinamay and felts. Each item is uniquely decorated with a range of materials and designs.  She also exhibits a collection of drawings, paintings and prints & local artwork in Studio 48.

Jenny explores a unique interpretative medium to produce her colourful and grey scale Dorset landscapes.  There are many well known honeypots and some less known areas of our stunning heritage coastline on view. Pictures, prints and cards for sale.  

Fiona’s Hat Studio, Studio 48, St Michael’s, Bridport, DT6 3RR
From St Michael’s lane, with Waitrose car park on left, turn right after Ocean bathrooms into St Michael’s Trading Estate. Walk through parking area and Studio 48 is straight ahead up white & yellow  metal stairs.

Fiona: 07905 999437,
Facebook:  @FionaNeylanHats, www.fionaneylan.co.uk

Jenny: 07711 460372

10am – 5pm
8/9/10/11/12/13/14/15/16 September

Wc: yes

 

 

Studio in the Attic

Sally Davies & Elizabeth Sporne

Creative Photography / Portraiture

BOS Venue 40

Sally Davies

“We miss much as we wander: old drainpipes and doors flaking paint, rusting ironwork metamorphosing, so much more. But if you look you can see beauty there, a beauty I juxtapose with another passion, flowers, in my new work.”

Elizabeth Sporne

“The process of painting or drawing your way into a face is a discovery of character, individuality, compassion, strength. Each face dictates its own treatment, a portrait evolves. And every face is fascinating.”

Studio in the Attic, Unit 10, Riverside Studios, St Michael’s Estate, Bridport, Dorset, DT6 3RR

Parking behind Waitrose. From St Michael’s Lane, head to the far (riverside) end of the long towered brick building, entry is up the blue-clad staircase to the top floor.

Sally: 07718 078453   –   www.atticlight.co.uk   –   Instagram atticlightart

Elizabeth: 07810 885377   –   www.elizabethsporne.com

Facebook Page: StudioInTheAtticBridport – Twitter: @StudioInAttic

10am – 4pm

8 / 9 / 10 / 11 / 12 / 13 / 14 / 15 / 16 September

WC in building

no wheelchair access.

 

Green Shack

Jennie Hanrahan & Maggie Luck

Ceramics

BOS Venue 38

Jennie creates sculptural pieces which are smoked fire in a pit using ancient techniques. She is currently working on a range of brightly decorated tableware. Jennie also teaches ceramics and runs classes locally all year.

Maggie is a new participant having recently moved to Bridport. She was previously part of London Potters and mainly throws stoneware functional pots for everyday use; with the occasional foray into more experimental work.

Green Shack Pottery, 2a St Michaels Trading Estate, Bridport DT6 3RR
From Waitrose carpark follow St Michael’s Lane, turn right into the Trading Estate, Green Shack Pottery is through the carpark on the left.

Jennie
www.jenniehanrahanceramics.co.uk

Maggie
07926 397813

11am – 3pm,
8 /9 / 10 / 11 /12 / 13 / 14 / 15 / 16 September

Toilet: no
Wheelchair access: no

 

 

 

 

 

Portmanteau Gallery

Ceramics, Painting & Textiles

BOS Venue 31

Björk Haraldsdóttir (Ceramics), Jacy Wall (Woven Tapestry, Prints & Etchings) Boo Mallinson (Painting), Sarah Hitchens (Ceramics), Helen Lloyd-Elliott (Painting), Stephanie Buttle (Ceramics).

Portmanteau Gallery is delighted to open its doors to six contemporary artists for Bridport Open Studios. The artists work in different mediums, from oil and acrylic to wool, ink and clay. This busy and eclectic showing of like-minded artists explores common themes of tones and texture in two and three dimensional form.

Portmanteau Gallery, 10 North Street, Bridport, Dorset, DT6 3JQ
North Street is first right of West Street. Hoppiness is on the corner. Portmanteau Gallery is 100 m up North Street on the right at the corner with Rax Lane. Limited on street parking in Rax Lane or use Rax Lane pay and display.

10.30am – 4.30pm
8/9/10/11/12/13/14/15/16

Wheelchair: Yes but low steps through door
WC: Yes

Exhibiting Artists:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Björk Haraldsdóttir

Björk: justbjork@me.com – www.ceramicsbybjork.com – 07884 390205 – Instagram: @ceramics_by_bjork

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Helen Lloyd

Helen: helen_lloyd_elliott@hotmail.com – www.helenlloydelliott.com – 07867802418

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Boo Mallinson

Boo: boo@themallinsons.com – www.boomallinson.co.uk – 07970 466178

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stephanie Buttle

Stephanie: stephanie@stephaniebuttle.com – www.stephaniebuttle.com – 07956828363 – Insta: @steph_buttle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jacy Wall

Jacy: jacy.wall@btinternet.com – www.jacywall.co.uk – 07816 673463

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sarah Hitchens

Sarah: sarahmhitchens@gmail.com – www.sarahhitchens.com – Twitter: @SarahMHitchens

Sladers Yard

Alex Lowery, Jack Doherty & Petter Southall

Paintings, Ceramics & Furniture

BOS Venue 23

Sladers Yard exhibits Contemporary British Art, Furniture & is also a Craft Gallery & Licensed Café. Still Light is an exhibition of Alex Lowery’s remarkable addictive and contemplative paintings of the Chesil beach from West Bay to Portland. Often compared to Edward Hopper’s work, Alex Lowery is collected by many locally and internationally. Soda-fired porcelain by the eminent Irish ceramicist Jack Doherty seems to catch the essence of sunlight and water. Petter Southall’s exceptional steam-bent furniture combines design flair with superb craftsmanship using beautiful Northern European hardwoods in the solid with tactile natural finishes. Café Sladers is open daily serving heavenly seafood and vegetarian/vegan lunches, breakfasts and cream teas.

Sladers Yard Gallery, West Bay Road, West Bay, Bridport, Dorset DT6 4EL
In West Bay, park opposite Haddon House Hotel and walk towards the harbour, we are on the right before the fishing tackle shop. Entrance is through gates on West Bay Road to our gravel yard.

01308 459511
sladersyard.co.uk
Twitter: @sladersyard   –   Facebook: @Sladersyard

10am – 4.30pm, Sundays 12 – 4.30pm

8 / 9 / 10 / 11 / 12 / 13 / 14 / 15 / 16 September

WC: yes
Wheelchair access: please phone ahead

Photo: © Pete Millson 2018.
Phone: 07768 077353 (UK).
20 August 2018.
Bridport Open Studios.

Alex Lowery

Jack Doherty

Petter Southall

Eype Church

Artists of the Jurassic Coast

Painting, Ceramics & Pottery

BOS Venue 5

Eype Centre for the Arts, St Peter’s Church, Mount Lane, Eype, DT6 6AP.

www.eypechurcharts.co.uk

From Bridport take the A35 west. After 1.1m turn left to New Street Lane, signposted to Eype. After 160m turn right into Mount Lane and the church is 300m on your left. Parking is available on site.

10.30am – 4.30pm
8/9/10/11/12/13/14/15/16 September

Toilets: Yes and disabled

Wheelchair access: Yes

 

John Boyd

Johns love of the Dorset landscape is evident in his atmospheric paintings. Working in oil, watercolour and mixed media.

www.johnboyd.org – 07784 942979

Marion Taylor

Known for her depictions of Colmers Hill Marion’s paintings are rich in pattern and colour.
www.dorsetpaintings.co.uk – 07788 805510 – Twitter : @marion_taylor

Lynne Grace

Lynne’s vibrant and experimental paintings reflect her exploration of, and fascination with the landscape.

www.lynnegrace.co.uk – 07739 905501 – Twitter: @lynnegrace13251

Charlotte Miller

Charlotte semi abstract paintings using mixed media are inspired by the local landscape and coastal paths.
www.charlotte-miller.co.uk – 07443 516141

Maggie Cooke

Imaginative works in porcelain combine fine art and ceramics. Magpies gathers inspiration from nature, wildlife and the coast.
maggie@upweypotters.com – 07789 844003

Brian Cocks

Brian’s paintings are concerned with light and colour, either with tree forms appearing to glow or the varying effects of light.
b.cocks@btinternet.com – 01308 862047

David Emery

David believes in pushing boundaries and has produced large sculptural pieces for the garden heavily influenced by Japanese screen prints.
www.daveemerypottery.com – 01305 832907