Postcard Art at St George’s Parish Hall, High Street, Deal.
9th November, 10am to 4pm.
Original artwork from over 20 South East Artists.
#art #artexhibition #postcardart #dealtown
Dover Studio Collective opens its doors over the weekend of 19 and 20 October and invites and welcomes visitors to come along and talk to the artists about their work, some of which will be available to buy in time for Christmas!
Address and Directions:
Dover Studio Collective: 67 Astley Avenue, Dover, Kent CT16 2PW
Although parking is limited on site, there is plenty of parking space available within 50 meters, just beyond the railway bridge. There is a bus stop near the end of Astley Avenue (routes 15/89/90/61), and the studio can be reached on foot 1-2km or by taxi from either Dover railway station or ferry terminal.
This was a collaborative project for members of the East Cliff Creatives.
Creatives were paired together randomly to support, feedback and inspire each other to create a mini creative piece based on our chosen word, ‘Autumn’.
When we originally met to discuss a plan for the collaborative work, Amanda and I considered the possibility of creating some form of autumnal diorama. As ideas progressed however, a pared back gatefold design developed, which seemed visually stronger for losing the top and bottom distractions, concentrating attention upon the images radiating from a central point across Amanda’s left hand and Mike’s right hand panels.
Our Take On Autumn – Amanda and Mike
Exciting idea – displaying a collage in a Zurich venue as part of ‘Show-it’ hosted by ARTBOX.TALENT at the ARTBOX Gallery through October 2019.
Transmission (2019) mixed-media collage, 30x40cm CHF90.00
‘Transmission’ forms part of a mixed-media collage based poster series of images developing through 2019.
ARTBOX.TALENT is a non-profit platform that wants to offer artists the opportunity to show their art at no cost.
South East Artists (SEAS) are exhibiting in Deal, Walmer, Ringwould and St. Margaret’s Bay, in individual studios, galleries and at three group venues: the Angling Club, Astor Theatre and Landmark Centre on 22+23rd June & 29+30th June.
Work includes woodcuts, mosaic, glass, painting, photography, drawing, embroidered textiles, ceramics, pottery, printmaking, collage, montage, assemblage, constructions, following themes of heritage, travel, local scenes, events, people, ideas, feelings, movement, dance and music.
SEAS artists are making links this year with the Deal Music and Arts Festival, starting on 28th June, where some artists will be producing art during music events; you can combine Open Studios visits with open gardens on the 30th June; there are printmaking demonstrations on Saturday mornings; or have your portrait drawn on the spot during the final weekend.
Follow the trail using the map and details of individual artists inside. Meet and talk to the artists.
Click here to download a copy of the Open Studios trail guide.
My pinhole lens-less image for Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day 2019 joins the inspirational online gallery celebrating nearly 2,000 pinhole images shot using a variety of ready made & home made cameras by photographers from around
the world – all on the same day 28th April.
Mike Tedder, “Nature Morte”
Sea Kale photographed using expired Polaroid 664 b/w type 100 instant film
loaded in a Polaroid 100 plastic pinhole camera. It was a dull rainy day, so
shooting indoors for WPPD with a 20 minute exposure.