We have just been told that the brochures for this years Cloth Road Arts Week have now been printed and are ready to be picked up tomorrow. We will have them available at SerenArts Gallery from Thursday.
We’ve also been personalising the promotional posters for down here at the Tithebarn Workshops…
We are all looking forward to welcoming lots of people to this beautiful corner of Bradford on Avon.
Not much chance of spotting the kingfishers that regularly visit the Barton Bridge area this morning…
Some much needed tree chopping over at the Rowing Club has meant frequent trips through the ford and over the bridge for this tractor and trailer. It always looks a bit odd seeing vehicles on Barton Bridge!
Plans are now moving on quite quickly with this years Royal Bath & West Show. Serena will be exhibiting at the show with local artist and friend Steve Hall. We originally met Steve at the Bath & West back in 2010 and have been friends ever since. There is a lovely symmetry about returning to the place where things all started.
We have had confirmation that we are going to be in Exmoor Hall in the Gifts and Lifestyle section of the show. More information will follow as and when we get it, but we are very excited about attending this prestigious event again after all these years.
Well, this is very exciting! We are thrilled to let you have a first look at the beautiful range of hand painted canal ware that has just arrived at SerenArts Gallery.
If you saw our previous post you will have seen that these delightful pieces are all hand painted (no transfers or stencils) by a lady who spent over 15 years in and around Bradford on Avon, on the Kennet and Avon Canal. Once the Caen Hill Locks reopened, the country’s waterways were open for exploring and off she went.
We are really pleased to be able to offer her stunning work from our gallery to locals and visitors alike.