Solo exhibition at Cranston’s Café Oswald’s Gallery
18 February – 31 March 2019
Ullswater Road, Penrith
1st and 2nd September 2018
Armathwaite Old School Hall
Refreshments and home-made cakes.
Join us for an exhibition of original arts and crafts: work by artists and craftspeople from the Eden Valley.
Artists are invited to take up the challenge of creating a work of 2D art from scratch, in one day.
First Prize £500
Second Prize £200
Third Prize £100
People’s Choice Prize £100
Drawing, painting and textile work welcome.
For more information…
The 7th Art in the Hills Exhibition will be held in Dufton Village Hall over the weekend of 21st – 22nd July 2018. This very successful show continues to grow in popularity with artists and visitors. We have invited a number of exhibitors from previous years to show and sell their work as well as welcoming some new contributors to maintain the freshness of the event. In total, this year we will be exhibiting the work of 43 artists from the Eden Valley.
Most pieces of work will be for sale but cannot be collected until after the show ends, so there will not be blank spaces on the boards if you cannot come early. Many artists also sell prints and cards. Homemade refreshments will also be on sale.
This year there will be a new prize, in addition to the ‘Favourite Piece’ voted for by the visitors, Artists will be invited to enter for the ‘Dufton Prize’. This is a special prize for any abstract, still life, portrait, figure or natural history piece in a range of media. There will also be a competition for children housed in the marquee on the green.
The exhibition will be open:
Saturday 21st July: 10 am to 5 pm with refreshments and 5pm to 9 pm with bar
Sunday 22nd July: 10 am to 5 pm with refreshments
Pastel by Sarah Reid
Pastel by Sarah Reid
There will be scenes inspired by Allonby and the Solway coast as well as views of the Lake District, plus abstracts, wildlife, insects and portraits.
Article published in Cumbria Life magazine June 2018
“Penrith artist Sarah Reid captures the colour and dazzling light of Cumbria’s coast and lakes in bold abstract works painted in pastels. She belongs to Eden Valley Artistic Network which is running a nine-day art trail this month.”