Welcome to our blog where you can check out the artists exhibiting at 'Art at St Dunstan's',
an inspirational Bucks Art Weeks group exhibition.

To see samples of the artists' work, just click on their names in blue under 'THE ARTISTS', on the right-hand side of your screen, then scroll down.

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Welcome to Art at St Dunstan's 2016. 
See list below for this year's 10 artists. 
To get a flavour of each artist's work, click on the artist's name in blueto the right of your screen.

Christine Bass paints vibrant, contemporary still lifes & landscapes, many inspired by the Chilterns.
Nicola Bibby's felted pictures & accessories are textured, tactile & deeply saturated in colour.
Deborah Brett uses stained glass, vitreous glass & found materials in her richly coloured mosaics.
Susan Day creates delicate, porcelain lamps & vessels with textures & colours inspired by leaves & flowers, & by the Buckinghamshire landscape.
Anna Franklin's joyful illustrations often feature adorable, little creatures & quirky imagery.
Pirjo Keene is an experimental photographer whose studies of natural forms are richly layered & often abstracted.
Graham Lester cuts, bends, folds & curls paper to create complex paper sculptures with a 3D effect.  He also turns bowls comprised of layers of bonded paper, plywood & acrylic.
Helen White's exquisite gold-leaf illuminations & ceramics are inspired by medieval design.
Kate Wilkinson's distinctive, contemporary jewellery combines textured silver with cork, cord & semi-precious beads.
Hazel Williams produces intricate laser cut designs in paper, wood, acrylic & glass.

This photo of beautiful St Dunstan's is courtesy of 
Wikimedia Commons at

Our trail gives info about other shows in our area.
Click on it for a larger version.