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'WoodWorks!': The main Nottage Art Exhibition for 2016
Chas Crocker, Sara Wilkinson, Lynn Muir, James Dodds, Barry Woodcock & Barry Crickmore.
This Exhibition will run from 4th until 24th June 2016.
Our second 2016 Art Exhibition is entitled "Wood Works!" and is, naturally, about wood, and how relates to art in its widest sense. A number of artists and craftsmen and women have contributed wood furniture, carvings and woodcuts showing how the material can be turned into beautiful, useful or whimsical objects, and perhaps more than one of these attributes together.
These contributions are shown together with some of our large collection of shipbuilders' half models, and our collection of ship display models.
There is also a chance to see how you could make your own half model by joining our half model building course, along with some fine examples made by Barry Crickmore the course tutor.
On the ground floor you can view the partly completed boats made by the students of our Traditional Boat Building course. These wooden boats are works of art in their own right.
Model of a collier brig.
Textile art by Janet Harker
The goose outside the Nottage as the Exhibition was being set up.
White Birds and fluffy claouds
Two Year Two pictures
Modified Winter photograph near the Barrier
A papier mâché bowl by Margie North