Bernard Hall, Cuddington
From Bradmoor Farm
By Haddenham Webteam - 23rd May 2015 10:00am
Ed and Jenny Bullimore invite you to their exhibition which is part of Bucks Open Studios 2015 at: 4 White Cross Road (off Station Road) Haddenham, Bucks., HP17 8BA.
Tel 01844 291011
Jenny works in frost proof stoneware clay producing planters, plaques & comical sculpture for the garden and figurative pieces for the home.
Ed creates pictures on canvas with a 'wow' factor. Macro photography. Semi-abstract. Textures, forms, colours, landscapes and seascapes. See website.
Anna Baldwin will join us to show her own individually made silver jewellery. See website.
Opening times of the exhibition:
11.00am to 6.00pm, from Saturday 6th to Sunday 21st June (but closed on 8th, 9th & 10th June).
Come and have a cup of tea with us in our interesting garden.
When you visit us you will be able to pick up a free map of the 14 venues in the Haddenham Art Trail and a Bucks Open Studios Directory.
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