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@THEFORGEPOTTERY CERAMICS, POTTERY, MIXED MEDIA, PRINTMAKING


A celebration of disciplines @theforgepottery. Ella Phillips creates hand thrown slipware pottery embracing traditional and contemporary aesthetics. Ness Robinson is a paper artist who incorporates mark making and surface treatment to create her bespoke illustrations. Also showcasing: Liz Bath’s concept-led etchings and paintings, and Lorna Brown’s expressive figurative sculptures.


The Forge, Cliff Street, Cheddar, BS27 3PL 07738 965149 • ellaphillipsceramics@icloud.com • instagram.com/theforgepottery


Directions: From village head towards Gorge, house is situated on left side (white railings and bay trees). Parking at Cliff Street car park. Opening times: 10am - 5pm


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JAYNE BATEMAN - THE HEALING ARTIST DRAWING, MIXED MEDIA, PAINTING


Happy 25th Anniversary Somerset Art Weeks!


‘Silver - A Reflection of Healing Art’. Acrylic and mixed media paintings on canvas inspired by the anniversary. Before painting, I activate Reiki and fill my artworks with healing so they can reflect that positive energy.


Originals, prints, cards and gifts for sale. Holden, 23 Hill Lea Gardens, Cheddar, BS27 3JH 07779 069627 • thehealingartistuk@gmail.com • thehealingartist.co.uk


Directions: From Cheddar Gorge roundabout turn into Tweentown. Left into Hill Lea Gardens, two bends, then blue house on left, free parking. Two steps into venue. Opening times: 10am - 5pm


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MILLIE GLEESON PAINTING, PHOTOGRAPHY, TEXTILES, FASHION


Millie’s paintings are dominated by the female form and perfused with a kaleidoscope of colours, focussing on themes of identity, women, mythology, self-expression and reflection. They evolve from staged photoshoots, which integrate body art, performance, location and her hand-made costumes. Visit her home studio to see the work in action.


Tiggers, Panborough, Wells, BA5 1PN 07507 234609 • millie_gleeson@hotmail.co.ukmilliegleeson.com


Directions: From Wells on the B3139, take first left before the Panborough Inn, Tiggers is the first house on this corner turning, the studio is at the bottom of the garden. Opening times: 11am - 5pm


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PAUL LARNER - MASTER GLASS MAKER GLASS


Paul has been blowing glass for over 30 years, during which he has been making unique and diverse work for a wide and international client base, including royalty, designers, perfume houses and hotels. He really enjoys the challenge of this beautiful and versatile material.


Silver Tree Crystal, The Glassworks, Spring Farm, Spring Lane, Moorlinch, TA7 9DD


01458 211101 • info@silvertreecrystal.co.uksilvertreecrystal.co.uk


Directions: Moorlinch sign posted right off A39 Bridgwater to Glastonbury and left off A361 Taunton to Glastonbury roads. M5 Junction 23. Opening times: 10am - 5pm


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