Playing Fields Pavilion, Woodways
By Jenny Bullimore - 21st May 2013 12:30pm
Ed and Jenny Bullimore invite you to their summer art exhibition at 4 Whitecross Road, (which is off Station Road) Haddenham HP17 8BA. Tel: 01844 291011.
Ed's stretched canvas photographs are different and stunning. Subjects shown from unusual angles and in abstract forms as well as more conventional land and seascapes. See: website
Jenny works in stoneware clay producing planters and sculpture for the garden, lamps and figurative pieces for inside the home.
Anna Baldwin will be joining us to show her own individually made silver jewellery. See: website
Opening times of the exhibition: 11am — 6pm everyday, from 8th to 23rd June (but closed on 12th June)
Join us for a cup of tea and enjoy looking around our interesting garden.
Part of the annual free event Bucks Open Studios.
Come and have a look at what we do!
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