Gallery 36 in Exeter is holding an event on Sunday, November 29 ‘from 11am till we are exhausted’, according to the press release, which will include ‘good fun artists showing great accessible work’.
There will be Debbie Lowe, with small stained glass panels, Ardyn Griffin with papier mache work, wood constructions by Clive Hurman, and a new artist to Gallery 36, Debbie Collinson will be showing fun work in wire and in pottery.
Unique hand-made silver and dichroic glass jewellery from Uschi Arens Price and Debbie Collinson will be on hand with ‘interesting inventions in various media.’
Live music will be provided by Joe Skivington – if you bring an instrument you can probably join in. And we’re assured there will be cakes by good cooks.
(images: Top, Small hand painted stained glass panels by Deborah Low. Bottom, Papier mache fantasies by Adryn Griffin)
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