AIM: ART IN MARTIN
From the A354 take Martin Drove End into the centre of Martin village. Reads Farmhouse is on Martin Drove End and has limited parking on a gravel drive in front of the barn.
Art in Martin offers a diverse range of high-quality painting and handmade craft from artists working locally. There will also be demonstrations at the weekends. Delicious refreshments available.
Lizzie Fernie specialises in hand-built and wheel thrown ceramics. Using surface decoration and ash glazes to add texture and spontaneity to her pots.
William Fernie is a local author of historical fiction who will be happy to chat about his stories and sign copies of his new novel, Dark Treaty.
Charlotte Burleigh centrally uses chalk, pastels and oil paints to depict the chalk downland around her. She also paints and draws still life.
Georgina Mortimer Basketry Weaving with natural materials including barks, Somerset willows, locally coppiced hazel & cordage made from foraged fibres.
Grant Walker makes large, decorative platters and bowls. His pottery is often part-glazed to reveal the clay which would otherwise be hidden.
Heidi Donovan’s work generally concentrates on skies and light. Her work is an intuitive response to the unpredictable changes in British weather.
Judi Glover creates vibrant paintings that celebrate the beauty and colour of light in the landscape, still life and nature
Keith Seldon, enameller and enamel artist, works for the top jewellery houses in London and has won many awards for his work.
Wheelchair accessible over gravel path
limited parking on a gravel drive
Opening times11am-5pm 26TH - 28TH August
- Reads Farmhouse, Martin, Fordingbridge SP6 3LN
- Telephone: 07780 286467