• Art at Denman College

    Special Summer Exhibition

    of 8 women artists from June to August 2017

    A Stitch In Time

    1st June to 31st August 2017

    An Exhibition of Artwork by Elisabeth Lecourt, Jayne McConnell and Susie Needham


    Denman is hosting A Stitch in Time.


    Three women artists all inspired by stitch, dress and heritage but with very different practices. Work will include meticulously folded map dresses, soft ground etchings made from antique clothing and photograms, which reference the world of model, muse and photographer, Lee Miller.

    All work is for sale and will be exhibited in the Teaching Centre.

    A Point of View

    1st June to 31st August 2017

    An Exhibition of Artwork by Anne Davies, Rebecca Gouldson, Emma Johnson, Carol Sinclair, and Martha Winter


    Denman is hosting A Point of View

    Five women artists explore themes of landscape and natural pattern using very different techniques. You will see paintings inspired by Cornish coastal landscapes, etched metal wall pieces influenced by aerial views of rural landscape, reconstructed maps cut and layered to form complex new objects, sculptures made from found objects both natural and man-made worn by time and the elements, and lastly a series of three-dimensional wall pieces made from soil samples, which create beautiful textures and patterns. All work is for sale and will be exhibited through the main house.

    Book here for the FREE exhibition

    Choose as many dates that you would like to attend - no fee

    You can contact us for further information Here

  • Art at Denman

    1st June to 31st August 2017



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