25 February 2020

Carriage House Art Exhibition: Feb - Mar 2020

 

East Yorkshire Coastal Scenes – from Bempton Cliffs to the Humber Estuary

Recent visits to the beautiful East Yorkshire coastline re-awaken happy memories from childhood, of summer holidays and day trips to the sea.  Images at strategic points along the coast, from the cliffs at Bempton to the Humber Estuary at Spurn Point, translated into artworks through the medium of felt.

Jane lives in the East Riding of Yorkshire and has been felt making for nearly 2 years, having fallen in love with wet felting following a course to make a tree of life wall hanging, which now takes pride of place in her home.

All artwork is on display and for sale in the Carriage house at Burton Constable, free to view with admission. Please, contact Jane via the details below, for any enquiries. 

 To learn more about Jane's work, you can visit her website.

 

 

 

 

Contact Details: jane@northmoorarts.co.uk - 07707589513
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