Welcome to our blog where you can check out the artists exhibiting at Art at St Dunstan's.
This Bucks Art Weeks exhibition showcases a group of established artists and makers in beautiful, medieval St Dunstan's in Monks Risborough.

To see samples of the artists' work, click on their names in blue, on the right-hand side of your screen.

Please respect the copyright on all images on this blog!


Welcome to Art at St Dunstan's 2021! 

We are really looking forward to welcoming our visitors to St Dunstan's this June.
All being well, we'll be open during the second week of Bucks Art Weeks: 
Saturday 19 - Sunday 27 June, Saturdays and w/days 10am - 5pm, Sundays 12noon - 5pm.

We are working towards a 'covid-safe' exhibition this year. 
Please wear a mask and maintain social distancing.
Hand sanitiser will be available at each artist's display.
Please check this website for any updates before visiting.

To get a flavour of each artist's work, click on the artist's name in blue, to the right of your screen.

Christine Bass paints contemporary, acrylic and mixed media landscapes, many featuring the Chilterns and the countryside where Bucks, Herts and Beds meet.

Deborah Brett uses stained glass, vitreous glass and found materials in her richly coloured mosaics.

Susan Day creates delicate, porcelain lamps and vessels with textures and colours inspired by leaves and flowers, and by the Buckinghamshire landscape.

Chris Inder is a ceramic designer-maker producing porcelain tableware which is both beautiful and functional.

Pirjo Keene is an experimental photographer and mixed media artist. She is inspired by natural forms, landscape and the quirky details of everyday life. 
Steve Keene is a wood carver and turner who uses native hardwoods.  His woodcarvings are inspired by wildlife and plant forms.

Graham Lester cuts, bends, folds and curls paper to create complex paper sculptures with a 3D effect.  He also turns bowls comprised of layers of bonded paper, plywood and acrylic.

Helen White's exquisite gold-leaf illuminations and ceramics are inspired by medieval design.

Kate Wilkinson's distinctive, contemporary jewellery combines textured silver with cork, cord and semi-precious beads.

This photo of beautiful St Dunstan's is courtesy of Pirjo Keene