h.Art Week 2014 will take place from 6th to 14th September. This year Arts in the Marches at Llangarron presents an exciting range of affordable sculpture from established local artists, including Victoria Westaway, Sue Thorne, Diane Ree and Glenn Morris. Exhibiting affordable sculptures for your home and garden. Work includes bronze, cement fondue, ceramics, glass, metal, resin, stone, willow, wire and wood; ranging from larger than life to hand sized collectables.
Herefordshire Art Week (h.Art) is a prestigious annual event across Herefordshire, with a huge variety of art on show with at least 16 different media, 250 individual artists and 100 different venues across the whole county. With the vast majority free to visitors, h.Art promises a fun day out in one of England’s most beautiful counties as well as the chance to go on the famous h.Art Trail. See an array of artwork at group exhibitions in fabulous locations such as castles, manor houses, historic barns, farms and churches and beautiful gardens. Personal encounters with some of the UK’s finest artists and makers, in the intimacy of their homes and studios, make h.Art really special for art lovers.
A Gaggle of Geese. Victoria creates both Wire and Willow Geese for the Llangarron sculpture garden. These wildlife sculptures are perfect for lawns or sited amongst planting schemes.
Abstract Art at Herefordshire Arts Week. Victoria exhibited her willow and wire artwork at the new H Art venue "Arts in the Marches" near Ross on Wye. Victoria created lots of original sculptures for this event which took place in Llangarron.
Willow Woman, original figurative sculpture by Victoria Westaway. This bespoke sculpture was exhibited during Herefordshire Arts Week's "Sculpture at Llangarron" which saw a range of different artworks shown in a relaxing garden setting, where visitors could enjoy a coffee while viewing the artwork.
The Willow Woman at Llangarron. In September 2014 Victoria exhibited her work alongside a range of exciting Sculptors as part of Herefordshire Arts week. This popular event gives the public a chance to meet the artists and commission new work.
Wire Artwork. This life size sculpture sits on a wire cube and looks out towards Llancloudy near Llangarron. The Sculpture garden offered a variety of different artworks by many experienced sculptors and artists. Herefordshire Arts Week is now a popular event in the art collector calendar.
The wonderful rural views from Sculpture at Llangarron the new H Art venue near Ross on Wye. Victoria's wire sculpture was shown alongside Glen Morris marble and stone carvings
Wire sculpture exhibited near Ross on Wye. This life-size Wire Sculpture sits on a wire cube amongst the leafy shrubs of the Llangarron Sculpture Garden. The Wire has turned a warm russet which works well against the evergreen colour.
Willow Spheres and Willow Hens, Victoria exhibited abstract and wildlife sculptures at Herefordshire Arts Week in Sept 2014. Victoria was delighted to meet lots of keen art collectors who bought her work.
Victoria jumps for Joy! The new H Art venue at Llangarron created a great buzz in the area people came from as far as Massachusetts to see original and inventive artwork, glasswork and sculptures for gardens
Willow Sound Frame, this abstract piece which worked so well against the natural pond was created in response to Victoria's Sound Panels created for the 2014 Chelsea Flower Show. This large artwork uses tambourine jingles to form metal rings which surrounded by woven willow into nest forms.
Discovering new work as well as being able to buy or commission exactly what they want combine to attract art lovers like bees to honey to h.Art. On top of that visitors also have the opportunity to attend special events, such as talks, demonstrations, workshops and entertainment within the wonderful venues. Please note some of h.Arts' special events may be chargeable. For makers/designers/venues, including venues such as galleries, churches, manors and castles, h.Art offers the chance to raise their profiles in one of the best open studio events in the country.
For more information contact,
Arts in the Marches
The White House
tel: 07917 522253