Burnham-On-Sea artists open studios for Somerset Arts Weeks
Artists across the Burnham-On-Sea area have opeed their studios to the public for the annual Somerset Arts Weeks.
The event started on September 18th and runs until October 3rd, with over a dozen local artists displaying their work, ranging from paintings to sculptures.
Susan and Clive Hammond-Lovatt and Margaret Micklewright will be showing colourful paintings and sculptures at 112 Berrow Road in Burnham from 11am-6pm daily.
Three contemporary artists, Anglea Uren, Anna Nicolaides and Mary Stradling, will also be displaying paintings, prints, cards, mixed media art, handmade bags and textiles at Redlynch Studio at 19 Rectory Road from 11am-6pm each day.
Artistry in wood will be the focus of Burnham woodturner George Brennan Foweraker, whose work will be on show at 7 Rectory Drive in Burnham from 11am-6pm.
Well-known Burnham artist Judith Champion's stunning work will be on display at Middle Burnham Farm in Stoddens Lane. Her colourful acrylics and ink drawings will be on show from 11am-6pm daily.
Burnham's Cora Stock and Catherine Metcalf are also taking part, with Cora's etchings of the west country and Catherine's dramatic drawings of trees and water well worth a visit at 47 The Esplanade on the town's seafront from 11am-6pm daily.
Watercolours, oils and pastels will form part of the display by Timothy Smith, whose work will be on show at 47 Rosewood Avenue on Sundays and Wednesdays from 2-6pm and Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 11am-6pm.
Meanwhile, Burnham artist Peter Howe will put his work on show at 16 Osborne Walk in Burnham throughout the event, showing rich, thickly painted contemporary paintings in oils. His art will be on display from 10am-6pm daily.
Dawn Eadie and Andrew Eadie are showing their watercolours, inspired by the Somerset countryside, at Duffield Cottage Studio in Vicarage Lane, Mark from 11am-6pm daily.
Viv White will be displaying her colourful fabric artworks at Garvagh Cottage in Vole Road, Mark from 1pm to 6pm each day.
And Still life paintings from Malin Basil and sculptures from Anne Woolley will be on display at The Old Manor Gallery at 164 Brent Street, Brent Knoll, TA9 4BE from 11am-6pm daily.
A total of 285 artists and makers will be taking part across Somerset this year at 210 venues.
Pictured are (top) Timothy Smith's painting of Burnham Low Lighthouse and Clive Hammond-Lovatt's willow lady