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New outlets.

I have been very lucky to have two brand new opportunities to display and hopefully sell my artwork.

The Light Gallery and Studio

The first opportunity is a brand new gallery in Axminster. This is The Light Gallery and Studio recently opened and run by Joy White and Drew Yapp.  What with the River Cottage Café, the Marle Gallery and White Space just around the corner there are even more reasons to visit Axminster. Read More

Exeter Open Studios 2013

I love open studio events.

Exeter Open Studios 2013. Lynn Bailey

For Exeter Open Studios 2013, my studio is venue 25 at 46 Heavitree Road, Exeter, EX1 2LQ.

I’m open for Friday 22nd, Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th March – 11am to 6pm. There are a couple of special items that are only available during open studio events. I would love it if you could come during Exeter Open Studios which is happening in March for the very ambien no prescription first time. But do remember that studio visits can be arranged at other times if you can’t make it this time.

It undeniably a lot of work knocking my studio into shape, but I think it’s worth it. Take a look here for a fun VIDEO!

For more about Exeter Open Studios take a look at their website.

Demonstration Videos with Double Elephant

A major event in 2012 was the creation of some demonstration videos with Double Elephant Print Workshop.

You can see them all HERE!

I did the demonstration for the Collagraph video. It took a WHOLE DAY! In true Blue Peter style I had prepared my project at various stages in its development so that I didn’t have to waste time waiting for paint to dry.

Take a LOOK

You can see a proof being pulled valium from the finished plate in the video. And here is one of the finished prints I made shortly after – when I had time to fuss about colours and add mono print plant material too.

Spring Hedgerow III

To go with the Collagraph video is another short one of “Top Tops”.

Do take time to look at my colleagues videos for drypoint, mono print and relief print too.

Devon Open Studios 2012 8-23 September

In September I took part in Devon Open Studios (DOS) for the first time in years.

 

I had been quite happy taking part in just Exeter Open Studios (EOS) for the past few years. But I was aware that there was a strong possibility that EOS wouldn’t take place this November. This was mainly due to the person who organised EOS for the past couple of years being seriously ill. That person has since made a good recovery, but my hunch was correct and EOS has been postponed to spring 2013.

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First go at Video!!

Having come across Animoto I thought I’d have a go at making a little 30 second video.

After all it looks ridiculously easy!! And it really was as easy as it looked. You just choose a video style from a selection available, choose some music from their library of licensed music, upload some photographs (and video clips if you happen to have some) then cross your fingers while the programme does the work for you!! Read More

More Artists from 33,000 Miles!

A glimpse of one of the photographs by Robert Darch

Time has been passing alarmingly fast and the launch date for the exhibition 33,000 Miles is only a few days away. I had been intending to show you glimpses of the other artists work at intervals over the past few weeks, but life has been far too hectic!

So here are a few last minute glimpses that I hope will whet your appetite to come to the launch on Friday (or any time over the following two weeks – excluding Mondays).

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33,000 Miles

33,000 miles – Art exhibition to coincide with Devon Hedge Week.

14/10/11 – 30/10/11

 

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Scorpion fly detail Devon Hedgerow by Lynn Bailey
Scorpion fly detail, Devon Hedgerow

Hedgerows are the most significant wildlife habitat over large stretches of lowland UK and are an essential refuge for a great many woodland and farmland plants and animals.” Joint Nature Conservation Committee.

Devon has more hedges remaining than any other county in the UK. It is estimated that there are 53,000 km (33,000 miles) of hedge still in the county, and that we have about 20% of all the species-rich hedges left in the UK.

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