I'm looking forward to spending time in the sculpture garden at the Artmill during my No.66 DTTV Open Studios drawing and exploring the dimensions of the environment. Come and see what's happening Saturday, Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday next week weather permitting.
If you can't wait for the 29th.August then you can see my work from Monday 24th.August at the Artmill Gallery & Framing Centre Hyde Park Road.
The Plymouth Art Trail require you to plan your route. Clock wise a start at 83 Lawr and then a gently walk through Thorn Park and Mutley Park to the Artmill Gallery 66, and my show makes a good start to PAT. Then after a coffee at the Artmill and of course the art. Jump on a No.35 bus down to the Library on North Hill. It is a really short walk to the Art College where Julie 79, Sharon 80, Kate 81 & Oona 82 will give you a warm welcome follow the yellow arrows. Lunch in town and head for the Hoe Anne 76, Gillian 77 & Susan 78.
If I was starting Anti-Clockwise then I would start with Mark Wiggin 67 and then Anita 68 followed by Rita 69,Jan 70 & John 71 all very close together. If you have to walk the dog, now is a good time in Devonport Park. Art in the Park 72 will give you a complete PAT experience on every lamp post.
Devonport gives you choice for lunch the Devonport Life Cafe 73 or the Guildhall lots of homemade bread and good art from Mary 74 & Andrea 75. Full of Brie and Pickle sandwiches head to the Hoe.
Day 2 is really time for a visit to Plympton and Sheron 84, Amy 85, Janet 86 & Shari 87 at the Mad Hatters Studio.
Day 3 I would start with Matthew 65 and had for Yelverton and Tavistock.
Enjoy the Art!
The Art and work of Richard Sunderland.