Salisbury Art Trail Exhibition: Passion, Protection and Preservation

Suzie Gutteridge explores passion, protection and preservation for the environment and nature in colour, texture and form through felt and clay in this exhibition of the 2018 Salisbury Art Trail.

Saturday 2 to Sunday 17 June 2018

Suzie uses traditional and modern techniques to incorporate natural, found and manmade materials. For more information, visit her website.

On Friday 8 June, 6pm to 8pm, there’s an opportunity to meet the artist over a drink in the Sarum College Common Room. Free and open to all, please RSVP to 01722 424800 or info@sarum.ac.uk.

On Saturday 9 June, there are two one-hour workshops to try your hand at making a felt flower. The first is from 10am to 11am; the second is from 11am to 12pm.

To book please email Suzie (suziegutteridge@gmail.com). Those who drop in on the day may be able to join a workshop but priority will be given to those who book.

This exhibition forms part of Salisbury Art Trail. The art trail runs from Saturday 2 June to Sunday 17 June. There are a number of locations in and around Salisbury ranging from artists’ homes and studios to shops, cafés and galleries. Full details of the art trail can be found on the Salisbury Plain Arts website.

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