Arkane normally exhibits at between 6 – 10 shows and exhibitions throughout the year and has a permanent display at the Cotswold Craftsmen Gallery in Market Street, Nailsworth, GL6 0BX.
Of course, with the current Covid19 situation, many events for 2021 have already been cancelled or working to a different format but some are slowly being confirmed
The gallery in Nailsworth re-opened from April 16th and is open Thursdays,Fridays And Saturdays for now. Check the gallery website for info on re-opening – www.cotswoldcraftsmengallery.co.uk
You can also now call in at my workshop and gallery in Chalford, GL6 8NR ! Yay! Covid safety restrictions are of course in place:-)
AND… you can now also buy my work on The British Craft House. So check that out at https://thebritishcrafthouse.co.uk
Events for 2021
Some events for 2021 have now been confirmed but do check nearer the time to ensure they are still going ahead.
June 25th-27th-Blenheim Flower Show, Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, OX20 1PP www.blenheimflowershow.co.uk
July 24th-August 1st – Three Choirs Festival, Worcester https://3choirs.org
I will be exhibiting at this lovely festival alongside members of the Cotswold Craftsmen and Herefordshire Guild of Craftsmen. Our marquee will be on the green in front of Worcester Cathedral, College Yard, WR1 2LA and will be open from 9am – 7.45pm. I won’t be there all day everyday so do get in touch if you’d like to know when I will be there.
September 25th-26th – Malvern Autumn Show, Three Counties Showground, Malvern, Worcestershire WR13 6NW www.malvernautumn.co.uk
October 21st-25th -Great Oak Hall, Westonbirt, The National Arbortetum, Nr. Tetbury, Gloucestershire, GL8 8QS www.forestryengland.uk
Now open Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 10am – 4pm
Workshop and Barking Dog Gallery
Arkane is now well settled in to the workshop in Chalford along with Nat Morley (woodcut prints) at Hallidays Mill in Chalford, London Road, Stroud, GL6 8NR (1a and 1b, right at the front of the building). We have also recently been joined by Sue Green who does textile work. The foyer area has been turned into a splendid gallery area (by our fab land-lord!) and we are displaying work there too. We call it the Barking Dog Gallery Unfortunately, my beautiful and beloved barking dog Toby is no longer with us but we keep the name in his memory.
We are now open t0 the public again! Nat and I are both back working limited hours at our workshops (but we are both easily distracted….
Check out the new and available pieces page to see some of the pieces in stock and see details of how you can still purchase them.
Many thanks for your continued support of local businesses and artists :-))