In just 10 days’ time, Thame Art Crawl returns for its 3rd year, running alongside the ever popular Thame Arts & Literature festival. This pop-up art exhibition showcases a wealth of creative talent in specially selected venues and windows around Thame’s Town Centre.
Participants are invited to pick up a map of the Art Crawl from Thame Town Hall, or one of the participating venues listed below, and enjoy the opportunity to discover the work of local artists as they stroll around the gorgeous market town of Thame.
Artists exhibiting are:
Lindsay Dutton and Andrea Brewer exhibiting at White Stuff
Stuart Feurtado with a promenade exhibition in the shops along Greyhound Walk
Mandy Bennet exhibiting at The Deli at No 5
Gerry Coles and Rebecca Rason Flor Ferreira exhibiting at Pretty Like Pictures
Debbie Farrell, Janet Dunkley and Kerry Newth exhibiting at fitch & fellows
Liz Dury and Satnam Bains exhibiting at AGA Thame
Cate Wise and Muffat Prague exhibiting at FROM
Derek Witchell exhibiting at Fat Face
Jackie Birchall exhibiting at Robert Stanley Opticians
Janine Philips and Henry Castle exhibiting at Priestend Farm Barn
There are more details about each of these fabulous artists on the event’s website at www.thameartcrawl.com
Alongside the artists above, the event will also include the work of James Ward RA 1769 – 1859. Ward was a prominent painter of his time and today pieces of his work can be found hanging in galleries including the Tate Britain. This small exhibition has been curated from a private collection, owned by members of his family who have been living in Thame for many years. This will be displayed at Thame Museum www.thamemuseum.org
Throughout the Saturday and Sunday the Art Crawl trail is joined by even more for you to participate in. These include additional exhibitions by Thame Art Group and Sally Evans events, as well as workshops hosted as part of the Thame Arts & Literature festival including calligraphy and sculpture for adults and 3 exciting workshops for children. Find out more on all of this by visiting www.thameartcrawl.com