Welcome to our blog where you can check out the artists exhibiting at Town Farm Art Show.
To see samples of the artists' work, just click on their names in pink under 'THE ARTISTS',
on the right-hand side of your screen.

Please respect the copyright on all images on this blog!

7.9.18

INTRODUCTION 2018


Welcome to Town Farm Art Show at the home & studio of Christine Bass which she opens to the public once a year. 

The show is perfectly timed for Christmas.  This is your chance to buy that special Christmas gift, unique & handcrafted by professional artists & makers.

Town Farm Art Show always aims for an exciting & varied mix of artists & makers, most of whom live and work in Bucks or the neighbouring counties.  Three new artists join us for 2018 and you can see the full line-up below:

Christine Bass paints colourful, contemporary still lifes & landscapes, often inspired by the surrounding countryside of Bucks, Beds & Herts.
Sophie Bass's captivating illustrations focus on the themes of music, folktales, womanhood & the cycle of life.
Susan Day creates delicate, botanically-influenced ceramic lamps, along with porcelain vessels & tableware.
Hazel Godfrey is a willow weaver whose sculptural, decorative & functional pieces are perfect for the garden.
Kirsteen Holuj's dramatic raku & soda-fired pots & stoneware sculpture are inspired by natural forms.
Laurie Keck produces ceramic pumpkins, pots & abstract sculptures to enhance your garden.
Denise Purdy is a printmaker specialising in experimental monotype printing.
Holly Warnes prints, embroiders & beads delightful children's portraits.
Kate Wilkinson's desirable, contemporary jewellery combines textured silver with unusual materials such as lava beads, cork & climbing rope.
Rosemary Wright turns elegant bowls and pots in milk-painted wood.

To see more of an artist's work, click on the artist's name in pink, at the top & to the right on your screen (under 'THE ARTISTS').


This is 6 Town Farm which is in the right hand corner of a courtyard of converted farm buildings & barns, just off High Street
 (the main road through Cheddington).

Please park on High Street - not in Town Farm!