Tuesday, 23 April 2013

Pauline Burbidge Open Studio 2013

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Charlie & Pauline’s OPEN STUDIO - 2013

This is our 20th year!!

2nd – 5th August, 11am – 6pm, for the 4 days


Our studios and gardens at Allanbank Mill Steading are transformed into magical places to show artwork, for this event.

The drawn line makes strong links and connections in our work - Charlie’s five foot square drawings, Pauline’s ‘Stitch Drawings’ and Olivia’s prints and drawings. 



Olivia Lomenech Gill (guest artist) – Combines the techniques of drawing, painting and printmaking in her work. She has won several awards for printmaking, most recently the 2012 John Purcell Award for ‘The Refuge Box’. She has recently illustrated the book ‘Where my wellies take me’ by Clare and Michael Morpurgo and has many other projects in hand.








Charles Poulsen – Has three strands to his work; drawing, sculpture and growing sculpture. His recent striking drawings can be viewed on his new website. www.charlespoulsendrawing.co.uk 

His ‘Growing Sculpture’ takes on a massive scale, and includes ‘Point of Resolution’ – map ref: NT354337, several bulb plantings in Dumfries, Hawick and East Kilbride, and developing ongoing pieces at Spottiswoode. www.growingsculpture.com 






Pauline Burbidge – Textiles, ‘Quiltscapes’ and ‘Stitch Drawings’. A chance to see some of the work she made for her retrospective show last year ‘PB Retro: Interpretations in Cloth’ – the publication ‘Works between 1975 and 2012’ is a record of this. Her works have been purchased by many UK museums including the V&A, the Whitworth Art Gallery, The Shipley Art Gallery, The National Museums of Scotland and also by USA museums and private collectors.
www.paulineburbidge-quilts.com



To view a location map please see www.paulineburbidge-quilts.comContact: Pauline or Charlie on 01890 818073

E: info@paulineburbidge-quilts.com



Allanbank Mill Steading, Allanton, Duns, Berwickshire, Scottish Borders, TD11 3JX
We encourage you to also visit a new exhibition venture, organized by our neighbours at Allanbank Arts.


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