We are up and running and just about able to draw breath after a wonderful Bank Holiday weekend by the sea in Lyme Regis.
One of the perks of exhibiting here are the lovely long walks before and after work along the beach to watch the sunset from the Cobb. Jeanne Goodridge’s wonderful image ‘The Cobb wall in Winter’ perfectly captures that feeling of awe and wonder of such a beautiful manmade monument:
The show has been really well received and its been wonderful to have so many visitors, friends and exhibitors alike coming in to say hello.
Georgina Bedford was delighted to see her ‘OXO’ cubes exhibited:
Hilary Buckley met an admirer of her work. Pete Hackett popped in to say hi then came back a little later and his photo ‘Customs & Excise‘ had sold!
Rachael Talibart was hoping to come and see her work but almost as soon as we had hung her ‘The Cobb at Lyme’.
A very happy lady bought it and took it home.
The exhibition is diverse and full of interesting pieces so I hope you can come along and see your own work or those of the other Shed creative’s. New work will be arriving this week and we will re-hang as work sells.
Paula Youens will also be in at the weekend doing drawing demonstrations. So if you can make it, come to Dorset and have an ice-cream from the Town Mill Cheesemonger, a walk along the Cobb and support our Shed Summer Show.