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Friday, 19 August 2016

Milford Artists by the Sea

In the late nineteenth century Newlyn and St Ives in Cornwall became famous for attracting artists who enjoyed painting in the  impressionistic style on subject matter drawn from scenes of local life.

Today it appears Milford on Sea attracts and inspires many artist who record the beautiful area we  are so fortunate to live in.

If you would like to see their work, then you can meet many of them when The Hampshire Open Studios runs, once again, from Saturday August 20th through to Bank Holiday Monday 29th August 2016. This is an annual art trail where local residents and visitors can meet the artists in their homes, studios, local halls and galleries. Milford on Sea and Keyhaven has 8 venues:

Eileen and Peter Sey are exhibiting from ‘Coppins’ in Barnes Lane, Jules Carpenter and Guests from Downlea at 23 Downton Lane, Mary Williams, Christine Calder and Joyce Grainger in All Saints Church Hall, George Woodford at 14 Champion Close, the Splinters group at the Community Centre whilst Kate and Laura Danby are at Church Hill Studio, Old Walls, Church Hill.

There is also Christina Young at Creek End on Saltgrass Lane, Keyhaven and Keyhaven Artists are at the Scout Hut Hall.

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Kate Danby’s paintings are dominated by local landscapes mainly worked in acrylic and mixed media. Prints and cards are also available. Laura is a printmaker inspired by iconic Scandinavian design and the bold colours of the 1950’s. You will find a unique selection of bright cards, gifts, colourful animal illustrations and acrylic animal jewellery. Church Hill Studio is open 11am to 5 pm.

Full details are available at:
www.hampshireopenstudios.org.uk or pick up a brochure in one of the participating venues.

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