Art in the Garden 2019

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Art in the Garden returns for the 6th year, including our Little Forest Open Competition winner Lisa Traxler and the Little Forest Land Art team.

Situated in the Hampshire countryside north of Fareham, Art in the Garden features the work of 23 artists and makers working in an assortment of mediums including ceramics, glass, metal, willow, stone, wood, and photography. The work will be displayed around the 3 acre meadow, along the woodland path and in Jan’s studio.
Art in the Garden also features the Little Forest Land Art team, artists working directly in the environment, creating work with natural materials.

Venue: Evergreen, Trampers Lane, North Boarhunt, Hampshire, PO17 6BU
Follow the pink signs!
Date: 1st – 15th June
Time: 10am-5pm daily

Free entry
Onsite parking
Refreshments
Sorry – no credit/debit card facilities (no mobile phone signal!)
Sorry – no dogs except guide dogs

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Exhibitor List

Jan Griffiths – Ceramics – studio & meadow
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Jenny Ames – Metalwork – studio & meadow
James Cullimore – Sculpture – meadow
Sue Eves – Sculpture – meadow
Rosie Gatford – Installation – woodland path
Suna Imre – Ceramics – Secret willow
Naty Lopez-Holguin – Sculpture – woodland path
Carrie Mason – Sculpture – woodland path
Dee McNamara – Glass – studio & meadow
Adrian Mundy – Land art sculpture – woodland path, meadow & studio
Caron O’Rourke – Ceramics – meadow
Lucille Scott – Artist blacksmith – meadow
Carrie Shepherd – Land art sculpture – Moorish area & woodland path
Duncan Shepherd – Photography installation – woodland path
Helen Solly – Sculpture – woodland path
Davina Staffordowens – Land art sculpture – Moorish area
April Stephenson – Ceramics – studio
Andy Stevenson – Metalwork – meadow
Geoffrey Stinton – Sculpture – meadow
Lisa Traxler – Sculpture – Winner of 4th Plinth Competition
Annie Trotman – Land art sculpture – woodland path
Two Circles Design – Willow sculpture – woodland path
Carol Williams – Land art installation – Moorish area

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