Open Studios

This is the fourth year that Hornsea Art Society has hosted an Open Studios event to coincide with their Summer exhibition, this year with a record number of participating artists located at just 8 venues. The Society is particularly proud to announce that this year it has been judged to be among the top ten art clubs in the UK as a result of the art club of the year competition organised by ‘The Artist’ and ‘Leisure Painter’ magazines. All the more reason why you should take the opportunity on the weekend of 29-30 July to visit the artists and see them at work. The artists are: 5 Park Row, Hornsea – Meg Burkill (Ceramics), Pam Williams (Watercolours), Carol Carter (Jewellery) 57 Ebor Avenue, Hornsea – Martin Jonny B Piper (Painting and Sculpture) 7 Queen’s Gardens, Hornsea – Stan Pile (Painting and Sculpture), Jude Howe (Ceramics and Glass) Ellesmere, Back Westgate, Hornsea – Deborah A Crosby (Textiles Mixed Media) Seagull Gallery, Hornsea Bowls Club, Atwick Road – Phil White (Painting), Kate Gendle (Painting), Jane Topham (Mixed Media) Wrygarth Inn, Hatfield – David Dawson (Painting), Pat Mars (Textile and Embroidery), Helen Wilmott (Painting) The Forge Studio, Smithy Cottage, Main Street, Sigglesthorne – Phil Hargreaves (Painting), Claude Hargreaves (Painting right), Ed Rust (Sculpture) Wansford, Driffield – Margaret Atkin (Painting) and Lynne Porter (Mixed Media)

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