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Wednesday, 22 August 2012

Barleylands Art Trail 2012

This blog showcases some of the stunning work which can currently be viewed as part of the Barley Lands Art Trail. Following the success of last year’s event, this time the art trail has been extended to run for a whole month, allowing more people to have the opportunity to view the local talent of Essex, both professional and amateur. Now in its third year, galleries and workshops within the Barleylands Craft Village have again opened their doors to local artists to display their work.
The trail was formed two years ago by a voluntary committee with the aim of creating opportunities and links between local artists, business and community whilst promoting the profile of all three.
The Barleylands Craft Village is the perfect venue for such an event of this kind as it is home of more than fifty studio shops working with a whole host of materials including paint, canvas, paper, clay, glass and steel to produce an array of unique products. Take the opportunity to visit soon and view some great art and very creative product.
In the mean time here is a sneaky preview to wet your appetite....
Official opening of the Barleylands Art Trail 2012

Graham Collins, Illustrator in Studio 52 (image to follow)

Martin Dyer, Visual Artist in Studio 30

Richard Argent, Visual Artist in Studio 19

Donna Phelps, Visual Artist in Studio 33-35

Liz O’Brien, Visual Artist in Studio 42
Caroline Weidman, Sculptor in Studio 44
Denise Gannon, Textile Artist in Studio 48
Lisa Smith, Visual Artist in Studio 28
Steve Burdett, Visual Artist in Studio 15
Danielle Clements, Sculptor in Studio 41
Jennie Clements, Fantasy Art in Studio 41
The trail blazers, reviewing this years Art Trail

Willerby, Visual Artist in Studio 43 (image to follow)
Paul Magner, Photographer in Studio 50
Sandra Bonner, Photography in Studio 24
Mandy Davis, Painter in Studio 20
Pearce Hall, Visual Artist in Studio 18
Janet Stout, Visual Artist in Studio 40
Jan Simon, Jeweller in Studio 43
Robert J Railton, Visual Artist in the Courtyard Tea rooms

If you would like to see the works mentioned in this blog and much more, why not visit Barleylands Craft Village, Barleylands Road, Billericay, Essex CM11 2UD. To find out more details go to

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