REVEAL Open Studios are encouraging local art lovers to discover the work of five of Bridlington best artists in East Yorkshire’s largest visual arts event.
Now in its 7th year, Reveal Open Studios gives the public the chance to visit artists in their own studios, and see their work.
The five Bridlington Artists will showcase their work over this weekend, October 1 and 2, from 10am-5pm each day.
Rosemary Abrahams, who will exhibit her work which is “intrigued by the differences in surface texture and how paint can be affected by it”, at Studio Gallery, 15 Trafalgar Crescent. You can contact her on 01262 424260, by email on email@example.com or visit the website www.rosemaryabrahams.co.uk.
Leanne Broadbent, exhibiting work exploring “nonsensical ideals influenced by children’s literature and feelings of escapism”, at 84 Hilderthorpe Road and she can be contacted on 07821 529028, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on her website at www.leannebroadbent.com.
Nigel Folds, whose work captures” midwinter trees blooming with frost”, exhibits at Prospect Studio, above Griffins Jewellers on Prospect Street, can be contacted on 07766 762592.
Ken Shaw will show work influenced by his “past in construction, and a search for variety within chosen geometric restraints”, at Prospect Studio above Griffins Jewellers on Propect Street, and he can be contacted by email on email@example.com or on 07818 806815.
Anna Kirk-Smith, of 6 Mayfield Road, is the fifth Bridlington artist showing her work which features “randomly moving subjects, aberrant weather conditions, inter-specific interactions, metamorphoses and idiosyncratic occurrences”, and can be contacted on 01262 674938, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on her website www.annakirk-smith.com.
Leaflets are obtainable, for free, from participating artists which will allow you to navigate your way thought the event. If you would like more details there is a 100 page catalogue available for £3 from www.reveal-art.org and participating artists.