Visit the Get Reading Art exhibition at John Lewis in Reading
I entered these four giclee prints of watercolours of which two sold.
Date for the diary – This year’s show will take place on Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th November 10am – 4pm in St. John’s Hall, West End Road, Mortimer. Come along and see the work of the many talented local artists. Free admission with artwork for sale.
Jason supporting the Books4Nepal charity event at Wokefield Park with one of his landscape photographs. Read more here https://www.facebook.com/Books4Nepal/
My first Open Studios experience was super. There was a lot of preparation work involved getting everything organised, marketed, finished and ready for the event. We had a number of visitors – friends, family and new people to meet. Thank you to everyone who visited particularly those who brought along their children. Hopefully some of them were inspired to consider a creative pursuit as a vocation.
The annual Mortimer Art Show is on this weekend in St John’s Village Hall. Go along & see the work of the many talented local artists. All proceeds go to charity.
Saturday and Sunday 10am – 4pm.
St. John’s Village Hall
Inspired by visiting other local artists during Open Studio 2017 in May this year, I decided to have a go myself. The scheme runs an accreditation process where you have submit 3 examples of your work, a biography and an artist statement. I was nervous they would say no. However I received the good news last Friday and I’m on my way to having my first Open Studio next May. Wish me luck!!! Cheers, Jason
p.s. I’ve attached the 3 pieces of work I submitted.
I’ve visited four local artists as part of Open Studios… all very talented. I’m inspired to have an Open Studio myself next year. My work isn’t at the same level of the artists I’ve visited but that’s ok. The most exciting part of visiting other artists is that we have shared ideas and the feedback about Artistic Mortimer was positive. New ideas that I hadn’t thought of were suggested by the artists I visited which were great – ways in which to encourage and promote further creativity in the local community.