Entries so far to 'Winter Warmth' Group Show

Our artist Sophie, is exhibiting beautiful pastel drawings of flowers. A lily and orchids, reflect engagement with the plant life as the close up composition give the viewer a very special connection with the subjects.

Christopher Mudie, whose work is available to view on our gallery page, has responded to the brief from various angles. His amusing narrative, titled 'P-p-p-push in a penguin' is an entertaining pen drawing, reflecting the artist's humorous character, which we look forward to hear from in the artists talk after Christmas.

Photographs of winter scenes, birds trees and even Bowie! Varied in style and character we are so excited about this years entries and the fascinating artists who have produced them.

We are pleased to have work by Walki Freedreamer Tinkanesh, whose use of oil paints to create a beautiful harmony and tender lighting changes across the canvas. The image of stone henge has a soft quality and a special glow bringing warmth to the rocks. Contributed by the same artist is a gentle pencil drawing of monkeys. Walki's musical endeavors, including 'The Monkey Song' are available at


A highlight of the exhibition, is a book, telling a poignant story, titled 'The Golden Child'. Carefully bound, decorated and illustrated, the book is definitely warmth on a cold winters day.

Many artists have produced work for the show and we can't wait to display them. The private view will be on the 11th December 5-8pm and the show will run until the 16th February.

November 2017