We have had some lovely additions to our paua shell jewellery collection at SerenArts Gallery.
Why not pop down to the Tithebarn Workshops and see our full range soon.
SerenArts had a very busy time over the weekend with back to back markets…
Saturday 13th July – Trowbridge Weavers Market
Saturday saw the first Trowbridge Weavers Market which is to run on the second Saturday of every month and occupies the centre of Trowbridge. Bringing together makers from all spheres and incorporating music and street food. We opted for a suitcase pitch at the first event and took along our book ‘A Serene View of Bradford on Avon‘ and a collection of cards from the book. We have also booked for the August and September dates and hope to see everyone come along to this excellent event.
Sunday 14th July – Frome Art Car Boot Sale
Sunday, and it was off to Somerset for a return to the annual Frome Art Car Boot Sale organised by Black Swan Arts and held in the car park outside the Cheese and Grain. This event does exactly what the name suggests… offering visitors an opportunity to obtain art, direct from the artists, at a reasonable price. The weather was fantastic and day was a great success.
A busy but rewarding weekend and its back to the gallery today after a much needed day off!
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It’s that time of year again when the trees are loaded with cherries and the wildlife fill their boots!
Even though we lost one of our beautiful cherry trees in the storms this year there is still plenty to plunder on the one outside our gallery. The birds do look like they’re auditioning for the next Comic Relief Red Nose Day though!
If you’re in town for the annual Holy Trinity Church Bradford on Avon Street Market, why not pop along to the Tithebarn Workshops for a cup of tea in our beautiful gardens and enjoy a bit of retail therapy in the shops?
We are very pleased to announce the upcoming release of another book that SerenArts have been proud to be a part of producing… Architecture : Drawing and Making by Martin Valatin.
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We thought it was about time to get back in the saddle again and start posting on our much under-utilised blog! So here goes…
We were excited to see that Trowbridge has decided to go toe to toe with Frome and is launching its own monthly independent market, which will be held on the 2nd Saturday of the month.
SerenArts have secured a ‘suitcase pitch’ for the first three events and will be taking along Serena’s book ‘A Serene View of Bradford on Avon‘ together with a range of our cards. We hope to see you all there for what promises to be a great day.
Things generally have been a little quiet at the Workshops for the first half of 2019… probably something to do with the rather wet start to the year, but with the recent upturn in temperatures the summer season is beginning to kick in and the visitors are now coming down.
We already have a great selection of goodies in the gallery and new stocks will be arriving over the coming weeks. We will keep you up to date as and when new things arrive… promise!
During morning coffee in the garden we heard a loud crack and discovered a big split appearing down the centre of the trunk. We were literally dialling the landlord’s number when down half of it came, narrowly missing the tea shop window. We then had to rope off the other half and pull it into the garden, away from the Workshops.
A great shame that this magnificent tree couldn’t make it through this latest storm as they have been such a feature of the gardens here for so many years. Let’s just hope that the remaining tree, outside SerenArts Gallery, can stand strong on its own.
It is business as usual down here at the Workshops, but at some point we will have to cut up the debris, so there may be a nice supply of cherry wood for the fires this coming winter.