2021

See below for where to buy my prints online, or contact me 

 

 

You have just clicked on Come dance with me; my 2020 entry to the 20:20 print exchange run by Hotbed press

I have been participating in this exchange for many years and it has been wonderful to see how it has grown within the UK and internationally.  You can see my last year's entry Let's Dance here

Usually the prints go on display in a series of exhibitions.............we shall see what will possible with Covid 19 restrictions in 2021!!

The same is true for two exhibitions at Buckinghamshire Craft Guild and Buckinghamshire County Museum set up in 2020 , extended into 2021, but then closed because they were within Tier Four Covid 19 restrictions. Now, of course, in country wide lockdown.

Buckinghamshire Craft Guild have responded with their online exhibition Blue Notes

These are some of my works that are featured

Bucks County Museum have extended the Centenary Bucks Art Society Exhibition until 20 March so hopefully you will be able to visit!

Meanwhile the museum has put the exhibition online with a video, images and members' videos.  

On the 4th February the Bucks County Museum held a webinar on the BAS centenary and Tony Hart Exhibitions.The webinar was recorded and is now available to view on the Bucks County Museum website:

https://www.buckscountymuseum.org/museum/events/bucks-art-society-100th-anniversary-exhibition/

Also for the places you can usually view and buy my work:

The Buckinghamshire Craft Guild 

Vitreus Art Gallery

Luckily both have online galleries where you still can.

Buckingham Art for All Gallery, which was crafted out of the Buckingham Art for All Art Trail

as Covid 19 restrictions came into force has been dealt a double blow by the virus and major flooding in Buckingham.  

The Walnut Tree, too, is closed at the moment.

Meanwhile, I will be working away to create works for Bucks Art Weeks 12-20 June

and expect to be exhibiting with

 

Art at Gawcott Church

Buckingham Artists

Buckinghamshire Craft Guild

 

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