Autumn Open Exhibition 2018
15th September – 27th October
OutlineArt are a group of professional artists, who live on the borders of Cheshire East and Staffordshire.
Their work covers different styles across a wide range of disciplines, including painting, ceramics, sculpture, photography, stitch, original printmaking and installation.
Gill Crozier & Janie McLeod
“I find collage a very direct way of engaging with and changing a 2D surface by using already existing materials. These, combined with painting techniques give me more immediate forms of expression.” – Gill Crozier
Myfanwy Powell – Oil Painting
Myfanwy has always been captivated by horses, having ridden all her life. She regularly competes on her own horse, Rebel, who has also been the subject to many of her paintings. Her love of painting horses comes from the relationships and friendships she’s built with them over the years, and the fascination with their movement and physiology. Myfanwy also hopes her works reflects the incredible bond horses have had with mankind over thousands of years; a bond which continues to this day.
Myfanwy Powell. Horse, Abstracted. Oil on Board. £850
Joanne Frankel – Textiles
After gaining a first-class honours degree in design in 2014, Joanne chose to specialize in textile art combining drawing and painting with hand and machine embroidery.
She takes inspiration from the innate irregularity of patterns found in nature, capturing its unique beauty and unpredictability. Influenced by botanical illustrations united with an exploration of the imagination, Joanne creates distinctive and wonderful representations of art found in nature.
Joanne Frankel. Pirouetting Passion Fruit. Canvas, Mixed threads, Mixed Fabrics, Sequins & Acrylic Paint. £495
Having spent the early part of my life in Pembrokeshire I currently live in North Wales.
I work mostly in the medium of watercolour. My work has been exhibited and sold in a range of galleries and venues including: the Royal Cambrian Academy, Conwy; Museum of Modern Art, Machynlleth; Theatre Clwyd, Mold and County Offices, Ruthin (winner of Denbighshire Art Prize).
Gary Griffiths. Spring, Conwy. Framed Giclee Print 4/100. £90
Mari Wyn Lloyd – 3400 Acres – Photography
This is a storytelling project, documenting the farming life in the Valley Cwm Nantcol, Llanbedr. There are five farms in the valley and the total acreage is 3400 which gives me the title for this project. This body of work shows the viewer the current situation for these rural welsh farms.
Mari Wyn Loyd. Dylan and Gwynday. Photography