Nidd Art Trail is a fantastic event that showcases the work of artists around the Nidderdale area and this year I’m lucky enough to be part of it. Starting last weekend it runs through until Monday 28 August.
For the trail I have decided to exhibit a range of work taken in and around the Washburn Valley over the last 12 months.
Along with Jane Carlisle Bellerby – silk artist and painter, Brian Hindmarch – printmaker and painter, William Watson West – silk textiles and prints and Duncan Clayton – wood craft and prints, my work will be on display at St Andrew’s Church in Blubberhouses.
St Andrew’s is a beautiful, little church, built in the 1850’s and an iconic part of the Washburn Valley. It’s located at the western end of Fewston reservoir and clearly visible from the A59 Skipton Road.
Many thanks go to the amazing Friends of Blubberhouses Church who have been so kind to let us use the church, for helping us make it look as great as it does and for laying on delicious home-made cakes and refreshments for those visiting during the event.
We will be there again over long weekend from Saturday 26 until Monday 28 August, 11am until 4pm.
This is the link to the Nidd Art Trail website where you can find further information on the other artists taking part in the trail, plus maps and opening times of the different venues.
Below are some of my work that will be on display at St Andrews