Christine hosts arts with that festive feel

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Festive art will be to the fore in the last weekend of November, when Christine Bass will once again be hosting the Town Farm Art Show.

Building on the success of previous years, there will be 12 artists at this popular event, displaying their work throughout Christine’s house and garden.

It takes place on November 28 to 30 (10am to 5pm) at 6 Town Farm, Cheddington.

The artists are: Christine Bass (painter), Sophie Bass (illustration), Louise Brainwood (textiles), Susan Day (porcelain), Jessica Ecott (glass), Kirsteen Holuj (ceramics), James Ort (sculpture),Anja Penger-Onyett (ceramics), Yannick Perichon (stonecarving), Mick Randall, (woodcraft), Mick Waterhouse (Woodcarving) and Kate Wilkinson (Jewellery).

New for this year are four artists showing in the garden, including Jessica Ecott and James Ort. Jessica Ecott works in glass, her glass work is all kiln-formed, and she uses fused glass to make sculptures for the garden and wall-mounted pieces for interiors. She also make three dimensional sculptures in cast glass and mixed materials – mostly wood and metal.

James Ort loves experimenting with different mediums but predominantly works in ceramic and wire. His latest creations often combine the two mediums using a technique that he has developed himself. His style of working in clay is loose and expressive and these qualities bring life and energy to the pieces.

Town Farm supports Rennie Grove Hospice Care collecting donations for refreshments. This festive art show has lots of exciting ideas for hand-crafted, high quality Christmas gifts, plus mulled wine, home baking and fresh waffles made in a Belgian waffle iron.

For more information see: Please park on High Street – not in Town Farm.