Val studied at the Sir John Cass School of Art in Whitechapel, Hornsey College of Art and the West Surrey College of Art and Design. Today she mainly paints although always enjoys experimenting with new ideas using collage stitching using her great grandmother’s hand sewing machine. Her work includes landscape patterns seen fleetingly whilst travelling by train or plane. Val loves the idea of putting and holding little bits of life together.
Val’s exhibition runs from Saturday 24th November – Friday 18th January (closed over the Christmas period and Sundays).
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Catherine’s work is inspired by her love of trains and travel, capturing ideas through photography and sketches, which she then develops into final pieces.
Her exhibition runs from 24th November – 18th January 2019 (closed over the Christmas Period and on Sundays).
Dennis has been a wood turner for over thirty years. He started turning on a very small scale making furniture and has now progressed to making different but useful items and loves doing segmented work with his lamps, bowls and lots more.
Dennis’ exhibition runs at the Blue Light Gallery from Saturday 24th November – Friday 18th January 2019. (Closed over the Christmas period and on Sundays).