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.

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Welcome to Art at St Dunstan's 2022 

We look forward to welcoming our visitors to St Dunstan's this June.
All being well, we'll be open during the first week of Bucks Art Weeks: 
Saturday 11 - Sunday 19 June, Saturdays and w/days 10am - 5pm, Sundays 12noon - 5pm.

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 acrylic and mixed media landscapes, many featuring the Chilterns and the countryside of Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.

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

Susan Day creates delicate, porcelain lamps textured with the imprints of leaves and flowers, and vessels inspired by the Buckinghamshire landscape.

Hazel Godfrey is a willow artist and contemporary basketmaker whose work celebrates nature’s bounty and our natural environment. 

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

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

Denise Purdy is a printmaker using traditional printmaking techniques to create modern, abstract, hand-pulled prints in small limited editions.  

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.

Our thanks to Pirjo Keene for this photo of St Dunstan's.

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