As you continue along the Trail, don't forget to keep your eyes peeled for the children's anagram competition as well as stories and poems in windows, such as the large window of another of our sponsors on Combe Road, Tynings Estate Agents. Tynings also happen to be opposite the next venue on the Trail: Venue 8, The Ralph Allen Cornerstone. The 'Combe Down Stone Legacy Trust', who run the Cornerstone, have kindly donated this space to seven of our artists.
Printmaker Kate Peters will be exhibiting her detailed peacock etchings while Helen Knill will have wonderful portrait sculptures for sale.
Emma's Rose's stunning semi-abstract paintings add texture to the mix and Costas Mikellides' imaginative artwork add a nuance of experimentation.
Vibrant colour from Mary Liddell's paintings of flowers convey a sense of spontaneity.
And to complete this venue's eclectic styles of artwork, Linda O'Gorman's paintings of far-flung places and Sara Studd's prints of landscapes contribute to making the Cornerstone a fascinating and inspiring stop on the Trail.