Saturday, 8 November 2008
ReOrsa Artists Project No. 3
43A Peach Street, Wokingham
This Friday evening, 14 Nov from 6 to 7 PM the artists will be giving a free talk, open to the public, about their work and the opportunities for artists in Berkshire. The discussion will be led by Crowthorne/Bracknell artist and ReOrsa Co-founder Janet Curley Cannon who will be talking with Crowthorne artist Carol Coates about her paintings from a body of work based on her family background in Catholicism; Ascot artist Hildegunn Gravdal about her captivating 'Jelly Babies' that are lined up on the window ledges in the space; and Reading artist Sarah Britten-Jones about her puzzling hanging piece created specifically for this project. There will be time for questions from the audience and a chance to have a look around at the work of all 15 artists involved in this project before it closes the next day. The project space will have extended opening hours on Friday, open from 11 AM through to the close of the talk at 7 PM.
Please come along and help support an active artists community in Berkshire!
Image copyright C Coates; more info at www.reorsa.org
Posted by Rosie Re at 11:01