Sarah Faulding, Darren Neave and Joey Richardson present some new work and a few archived pieces that highlight their contemporary concerns.
Priest’s House Gallery
(Opposite Village Hall)
The Priest's House in Great Limber is believed to date back over 500 years, a stunning Grade II listed thatched period property, with spectacular landscaped and mature grounds and private gardens.
The gallery has been repurposed within the attached barn annex.
Come and meet the artists - some work is for sale too.
Friday 11th September - 12 to 6pm
Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th - 12 to 4pm
Tuesday 15th and Wednesday 16th by appointment (Email - firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thursday 17th, Friday 18th, Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th - 12 to 4pm
Sarah Faulding -
Sarah transforms eclectic ‘found’ and ‘sourced’ objects, embracing rejuvenation then adding elegance and eloquence. She ‘beautifies’ and re-presents.
Sarah remixes with mixed media, including gilding, textiles and printing techniques, ultimately presenting a capsule collection of interior treasures.
She is a BA Hons graduate in Creative and Interactive Design. She is currently working on incorporating silver and other precious metals and gilding within her original chalk and charcoal designs.
Darren Neave -
Darren uses display techniques with seemingly random items, breathing life and love back into the forgotten and un-wanted. He uses humour and misunderstandings within his pieces.
He is currently a Masters student at the Royal College of Art in London, living and working between the countryside and the capital.
‘Being in the rural landscape allows me to breathe and experiment without the pressure of being watched, the remote village life allows for amazing things to happen’.
Joey Richardson -
Joey is well known for her delicate and richly hued wood forms, utilising local and reclaimed timber, that investigate the emotional, autobiographical and symbiotic relationship humans have with trees.
She explores, illustrates and researches stories and anecdotes through symbolic folkloric forms and motifs. These are blended with her repertoire of wood working, texturing and colouring.
Her sculptures are held in many collections and can be seen in numerous museums and exhibitions all around the world.
She is a Court Assistant of the Worshipful Company of Turners and a Queen Elizabeth (QEST) Scholar and a recent Masters Graduate from The University of Lincoln.