Cilcain Artisans Café 2013

Five local artists will be showcasing their work at the Artisans Café at Cilcain Village Hall over the next two weekends in September.

The dates are: Friday 20th 7:00 – 9:00 pm, Saturday 21st 11:00 – 5:00pm, and Sunday 22nd 11:00 – 5:00 pm

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Friday 27th 7:00 – 9:00 pm, Saturday 28th 11:00 – 5:00 pm and Sunday 29th 11:00 am – 5:00 pm.

As part of the Helfa Gelf Art Trail, Sharon Wagstaff, Ronnie Drillsma, Carol Udale, Helen Taylor and Tomos Thornton will be displaying a wide variety of work, including vibrant printmaking, pastel or PI landscapes, portraits and animals, acrylics applied with rollers then detailed with collage, mixed media textural artwork, black and white portraiture of characteristic faces, and collage, together with regular demonstrations of artists’ techniques.  Refreshments will be available all day.

Website: www.cilcainartisans.com

Directions to studio Access Cilcain from A541 Denbigh Road or A494 at Loggerheads. The Village Hall is in the village centre opposite St Mary’s Church.

 

Cilcain sculptor Nick Eames is also part of the Helfa Gelf – why not call in to discuss and view his earlier work and find out more about his exciting new ideas and works in progress.  His studio is at the crossroads in the centre of Cilcain, between the White Horse Inn and the Chapel (Capel Gad), opening hours as above.

Website: www.nickeamessculptor.com

So come and visit the artists in Cilcain next weekend – there’s so much to see!

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