Archive for September, 2007
Posted: Saturday, September 29th, 2007
Josephine Wall Fantasy Weekend
Friday 5th October – Mon 8th October
A very unique opportunity.
Meet Josephine in person and her lovely husband Bob who will be staying with us at the Manor on Saturday and Sunday.
Saturday evening there will be a gourmet buffet and complimentary glass of Champagne.
Enchanting magical entertainment including Harp music.
Josephine will be happy to have informal chats with you in the relaxed atmosphere of the manor about all aspects of her work and inspiration for her paintings and sculptures.
( Perhaps even pick up a few of her secrets..!! )
You will be able to view or buy a range of her products including:
Limited Edition Prints
Greeting cards, Puzzles etc
Visitors and non residents are welcome to come along and meet Josephine during the weekend (by prior arrangement), and perhaps take away a signed book with a personalised message.
To book for this event contact Maggie & Ric please contact us or call us on +44(1983)730215
Cost £29.50 per person for Saturday evening gourmet champagne buffet and entertainment.
10% discount for resident guests.
Dream Art by Supanee
Posted: Monday, September 17th, 2007
Make a date in your diary
6:00pm 30th October 2007, Cambridge University, Lucy Cavendish College, Lady Margaret Road Cambridge.
Supanee first introduced her “Dream Art” to the public at an exhibition in Thailand in aid of the Red Cross. Following on from the success of this first exhibit Supanee has gone on to show her works of art at numerous public and private events. Always in aid of her favorite charities. Her works now adorn the walls of many private patrons and public buildings, such as banks, offices and hospitals and on the Internet for everyone to enjoy.
Supanee’s works have been described as “unique” that they “combine both art and emotion reminiscent of Dualist presentation or impressionism. “Some view her works as an artistic curiosity, others the object of inspiration. Some simply see the dreamscapes of a talented artist. All agree that the vibrant colours and shapes defy convention. We will leave you to find them in your own truths and look forward to seeing you in Cambridge.
To find out more about the artist and her work go here
Myrea of Fairiesworld with her friend Dreamartist Supanee
Youseitachi Japanese Fairies
Posted: Saturday, September 15th, 2007
Youseitachi the mythic fairies of Japan are being seen more and more, the internet is spreading the cultural and creative inspirations of oriental artists Ryu Takeuchi, Juri Iida, Miharu Yokota, Zin Amami and many others, exhibitions of their work and increasing popularity worldwide is breaking down the east west divide of these mythic creatures. The Japanese eager for knowledge of youseitachi in Europe the Nordic and Celtic traditions, the mysteries and lore of Ireland, Cornwall, Devon, Isle of Man and Brittany are just as eager to share their beautiful and delicate art form to the rest of the world.
Search for ‘Japan’ here to view some of the artists work
Image ‘Screwdriver’ A delicate sculpture by Ryu Takeuchi
Posted: Friday, September 14th, 2007
Jane Sullivan, formerly known as Jane Bulfin (Calligraphy Society of Cork, 1990-1989), is now resident in France, where her new calligraphy club is called “les Amis de l’Alphabet”.
She is concentrating on her fairy artwork and has recently published a delightful book entitled Rachel ‘Un Conte de Fées- A Fairy Story. Jane’s Website and you can contact Jane here
RACHEL A Fairy Story by Jane Sullivan