Four artists will be showcasing a variety of work in venue 7 (5 Combe Road),
First up is Sally Jefferies, who is the head of the volunteering committee that make the art trail happen each year. Thank you for all your hard work, Sally! Sally enjoys painting any subject in almost any style, depending on her mood and inspiration, using a wide variety of media, including acrylic, collage, ink and oil pastel.
Hilary Strickland uses watercolours to create paintings and illustrations of birds, insects, flowers and landscapes. The delicate washes are then printed onto linen fabrics where Hilary turns them into gorgeous cushion covers, lampshades, table runners, and tea towels.
New to the art trail this year is young artist, Bertie Nash. Bertie is currently studying an Art Foundation and enjoys drawing in charcoal, creating sensitive and often surreal pictures.
Ele Nash has been on the voluntary committee since the art trail began back in 2017 with Jeni Wood and Vikki Yeates. Ele designs and updates the website and this year she created the map and village poster trail. In between times, she creates collage paintings of Bath architecture as well as ink cat sketches.