Two artists from East Northamptonshire are inviting people to view their latest collections this weekend (June 27 and 28).
Tamsin Edwards and Marlene Snee are hosting the free, joint exhibition at the atmospheric grand hall of Chichele College in Higham Ferrers.
Both artists have put together an eclectic portfolio of paintings, ranging from Marlene’s experimental landscapes, delicate Chinese work and traditional watercolours, through to Tamsin’s quirky humorous illustrations, atmospheric scenes and fantasy pictures.
Tamsin and art tutor Marlene will be demonstrating over the weekend and will be very happy to discuss their work and inspirations, and to encourage would be artists to “take up the paintbrush”.
Tamsin has recently created illustrations of a published book of prose, and poet Cazza will also be performing her talent and signing copies of her book. In addition, there will be copies of the children’s book Tales of Two Shires, another publication that Tamsin has illustrated.
The college and it’s renovated medieval garden will be open between 9am and 5pm on the Saturday and 10am and 4pm on Sunday.
There is free car parking near to the venue and on-street spaces to the rear of the college in Saffron Road.
To see examples of the pair’s artwork, or to learn more about Marlene’s art classes, visit www.minigallery.co.uk/Marlene_Snee or www.facebook.com/marlene.paintings, and www.texart.co.uk.