Welcombe 11th Annual Open Studios Summer 2016

W Open studios poster 2016Come and experience the magic of Welcombe at our Open Studios this summer. See new work from a selection of painters, portrait artists, furniture makers, potters, textile artists and photographers.  Some showing work directly from their studios and others exhibiting in the lovely village hall along side the famous Welcombe POP-UP tearooms.

The artists are – Painters – Becky Cohen, Karen Gimlinge, Kim Mudge, Peter Stiles, Rick Hall and Richard Stevens. Furniture by Pacha Design. Potters  – David Westcott and Alice Gare. Textiles- Nicola Waltho, Photography – Paul Jenner. Drawings – Alison Hutton. Sculptor – Tom Hyde.

The Tea Rooms is organised by Alison Stubbs.

Welcombe Open Studios

Welcombe Open Studios returns for its 10th instalment on Friday 7th, Saturday 8th & Sunday 9th August. This years open studios is being held in memory of John Moat, a prominent local artist and author who recently passed away. This years open studios features a stunning collection of exhibitions from the assortment of very talented artists who live and work in the village of Welcombe. The village, which lies on the Devon/Cornwall border on the rugged Atlantic coast between Bideford and Bude on the A39, is an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is truly beautiful – worth a visit on any given day. With the added bonus of open studios & exhibitions inspired by the wonderful area, this visit will be eye opening, inspiring and incredibly worthwhile.

This years event has 10 artists showcasing their work – including photography, fine art, pottery, textiles, furniture, glass & lots more. The 3 day event gives you the chance to see where the artists create their work and to buy directly from them or commission work. For many of the artists this is the only event where they open their studios to the public. This year will also see the return of the National Trust ‘Art on the Beach’ day where families can join artist Tom Hyde and National Trust Rangers for some hands on craft activities on Welcombe Beach (Friday only).

As if the art was not enough to draw you in, you can also excite your taste buds at the wonderful Pop-Up Tea Room, which will appear as if by magic for the weekend once again. The cakes and myriad delightful treats are lovingly created by a dedicated team of local ladies who pride themselves on their baking prowess, and they do the whole thing for charity too. On top of all this, The Old Smithy Inn, with fantastic home made food, fine ales, ciders and a gorgeous beer garden, will be open all day, so why not spoil yourself.

All studios are within walking distance of each other but all have parking facilities – the studios will be signposted from the A39 and around the village. Detailed leaflets with a map will be available from the local shop as you drive into Welcombe, The Old Smithy Inn, the village hall and all studios.

When planning your visit please remember that most studios do not have credit card facilities, so can only accept payments by cash or cheques. The nearest cash machines are at Hartland and Kilkhampton.
For more info please call 01288 331 101.

Artists taking part this year, are as follows:

Peter Stiles

Peter Stiles arrived in Welcombe in 1980 after leaving the Slade School of Fine Art, intending to stay for 6 months. 35 years later he is still painting pictures based on the cliffs, lanes and rock pools of Welcombe.

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Recent solo shows have been in galleries in Frome, Stroud, Bath, Plymouth and London but the most appropriate place to see his work is Welcombe Village Hall where he held his first solo show in 1981.

email: peterstiles2013@icloud.com

web: www.peterstiles.co.uk/

tel: 01805601432

Studio: Welcombe Village Hall

Nic Waltho

My work is inspired by my local surroundings, using machine embroidery, found paper, and print to create one off pieces.

Having studied Design Craft Textiles at Cumbria Collage of Art and Design and Fine Art Textiles at Winchester School of Art my work centres on the layering of fabric and papers using textile techniques to manipulate the surface texture. More recently my work has been based on birds and other wild life.

Web: nicwalthocreativetextiles.co.uk

http://www.facebook.com/Nic-Waltho-Creative-Textiles

Email: nicwalthocreativetextiles@gmail.com

Studio: Welcombe Village Hall

Kat Jenner

This is the first year I have taken part in the open studios as an artist, I have been involved in the organisation for the past 10 years. I have a great love of yarn, inherited from my mother who was a skilled knitter/dyer/designer. I mostly focus on the crochet technique amigurumi, the word is derived from a combination of the Japanese words ami, meaning crocheted or knitted, and nuigurumi, meaning stuffed doll. I also use a peg loom to create textured wall hangings which I then decorate with crocheted shapes.

Studio: Well farm, welcombe. Ex39 6hg

Paul Jenner

Paul captures the beauty of the familiar using natural light and a passion for the wilderness and wildlife of Welcombe. Creating simple, uncluttered compositions and a sense of peace and stillness, he loves to capture vibrant colour and uses his artistic eye to wonderful effect.

web: http://www.pauljennerphotography.co.uk

http://www.facebook.com/Paul-Jenner-Photography

email: info@pauljennerphotography.co.uk

tel: 01288 331 101

Studio – Well Farm, Welcombe, EX39 6HG

Welcombe Pottery

David Westcott produces a wide range of work, mostly domestic pottery, using earthenware, stoneware and porcelain clays. Jugs, bowls and mugs in a variety of glazes.

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Alice Gare, inspired by the vivid colours of the sea, remakes aspects of our coastline in kiln-formed glass, fusing metals and organic objects into the glass.

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web: http://www.welcombepottery.co.uk/

email: welcombepotter@hotmail.co.uk

tel: 01288 331134

Kim Mudge 

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Kims inspirations are the sea and natural environment, using oil on canvas she utilises colour and texture alongside glittering media. Kim is currently working on a new collection based on Welcombe since moving to the area, allowing the abstract colours to flow and develop as she works.

Web: facebook.com/Kim-Mudge-Art

Studio: Welcombe Village Hall

Rick Hall

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Rick’s latest work is based on mathematical formulae & scientific principles. For some of his work he uses a device known as the Twin Elliptic Harmonograph – a double pendulum which creates complex graphic images worthy of a powerful computer. He uses optical techniques & rich colour to create depth & movement in his work.

Tel: 01237 441698

e-mail: rickhall66@yahoo.com

web: rickhall.co.uk

Studio: Welcombe Village Hall

Jean Goodchild

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A varied and colourful collection of pictures designed in textiles & embroidery silk, as well as paintings. Jean is happy to talk about her designs & techniques

tel: 01288 331241

Studio: Welcombe Village Hall

Becky Cohen

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A resident in Welcombe for 30 years, Rebecca Cohen recently retired from a career as art lecturer to enjoy the freedom to indulge her drawing and painting at a leisurely pace, particularly to fill sketchbooks on holidays across the globe. She is a portrait artist who works on commission.

Studio: Welcombe Village Hall

pashadesign

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pachadesign are glenn rushbrooke & samantha robb – we are a design/make partnership specializing in contemporary furniture & objects from locally sourced reclaimed & natural resources. Our work evolves from a simplistic approach to design & the materials that we use {oak, slate & metal}, combining pared down aesthetics with the Japanese view of wabi sabi, beauty in imperfection.

website: http://www.pachadesign.co.uk

email: info@pachadesign.co.uk

tel: 01288 331505

studio: well barn, well farm, welcome, near bideford, devon, ex39 6hg

Childrens workshop

As part of the 10 year celebrations Nic Waltho Creative Textiles will be running drop in print workshops for children. Participants will be able to explore two print techniques; reduction and mono printing.

I will be demonstrating both techniques based on images of the local flora and fauna.

Prints can be taken away. Workshops will run on all three days between 11 am and 12.30pm and 1.30pm and 3 pm. there will be a small charge of £4 per child to cover materials.

Welcombe Open Studios 2013

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Now in it’s 8th year, Welcombe Open Studios 2013 gives you the opportunity to visit the studios & exhibitions of artists, designers & makers in this beautiful village on the North Devon coast.  This years event has 9 artists showcasing their work – including photography, art, pottery, textiles, furniture, glass & more.  The 3 day event gives you the chance to see where the artists create their work and to buy directly from them or commission them.  For many of the artists this is the only event where they open their studios to the public.

All artists will be showing new work this year and we also have a gallery in a tipi, a multi projection installation, and 2 new artists taking part – Nic Waltho Creative Textiles and Vicky Stafford Glass Fusions.
More new additions to this years event is The PhoneBox Gallery – a little pop-up gallery held in Welcombe’s old red phone box showing art made especially for the event by the residents of the village & the much anticipated Welcombe’s Pop-Up Tea Room will be launching their first event during the 3 days – enjoy delicious homemade cakes & biscuits and fresh coffee, tea & milkshakes.  This year will also see the return of the National Trust Art on the Beach day where families can join artist Tom Hyde and National Trust Rangers for some hands on craft activities on Welcombe Beach {Friday only}.

This years event takes place on the 26th, 27th & 28th July.  All studios will be open from 10.30am to 4.30pm, with the exception of number 5 at Welcombe Beach which is open on Friday 26th only from 10am – 3pm.

All studios are within walking distance of each other but all have parking facilities if you do intend to drive – all studios will be signposted from the A39 and around the village.  Detailed leaflets with a map to find all studios will be available from the local shop as you drive into Welcombe, The Old Smithy Inn, the village hall, Welcombe Pottery and all studios.  Or if you would prefer us to post you one please email us at info@pachadesign.co.uk or telephone us on 01288 331505.

When planning your visit please remember that most studios do not have credit card facilities, so can only accept payments by cash or cheques.  The nearest cash machines are at Hartland and Kilkhampton.

studio 1: pachadesign
well barn, well farm, welcombe, near bideford, devon, ex39 6hg
t: 01288 331505   e: info@pachadesign.co.uk    w: www.pachadesign.co.uk

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pachadesign are glenn rushbrooke & samantha robb – we are a design/make partnership specializing in contemporary furniture & objects from locally sourced reclaimed & natural resources.  Our work evolves from a simplistic approach to design & the materials that we use {oak, slate & metal}, combining pared down aesthetics with the japanese view of wabi sabi, beauty in imperfection.

studio 2: Paul Jenner Photography
well farm, welcombe, near bideford, devon, ex39 6hg
t: 01288 331101   e: info@pauljennerphotography.co.uk
w: www.pauljennerphotography.co.uk

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Well Wild Welcombe: Since moving to Well Farm this spring, Paul has been photographing the varied wildlife and wilderness of this spectacular area with renewed energy. Capturing beautiful early morning and late evening light to create stunning atmospheric images, printed onto canvas as well as mounted prints and gift cards. All exhibited in a majestic handmade tipi.

studio 3: Welcombe Pottery
welcombe pottery, welcombe, near bideford, devon, ex39 6hg
t: 01288 331506 / 331134   e: welcombepotter@hotmail.co.uk
w: www.welcombepottery.co.uk

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David Westcott:  I produce a wide range of work, mostly domestic pottery, using earthenware, stoneware and porcelain clays. Jugs, bowls and mugs in a variety of glazes.
Alice Gare: Inspired by the vivid colours of the sea, I remake aspects of our coastline in kiln-formed glass, fusing metals and organic objects into the glass.

studio 4: Jean Goodchild
mead farm,  welcombe, near bideford, devon, ex39 6hq
t: 01288 331241

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a varied and colourful collection of pictures designed in textiles & embroidery silk, as well as paintings.

studio 5: Art on the Beach with Tom Hyde & National Trust
welcombe beach, welcombe, near bideford, devon.
contact: Justin Seedhouse t: 01237 441976

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Friday 26th only {10am – 3pm}.  Hands on art for families day on the beach – come & join artist Tom Hyde and National Trust Rangers for some hands on crafty activities.

studio 6: John Moat
crenham mill, welcombe, near bideford, devon, ex39 6hn
t: 01288 331261  e: johnmoat43@gmail.com  w: www.johnmoat.co.uk

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work on display: Books (novels, short stories, poetry collections,etc.  several limited editions, as well as Phoenix Press books).  Paintings, poems prints, prints and etchings.


studio 7 is the village hall: there will be 4 artists showcasing their work together at this venue as well as Welcombe’s Pop-Up Tea Room, details of each below.

studio 7: Nic Waltho
the village hall, welcombe, near bideford, devon.
t: 01288 331250   e: nicwalthocreativetextiles@gmail.com
w: www.nicwalthocreativetextiles.com

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My work is influenced by colour, texture and pattern from my local environment.
Often depicting memory and family history or evoking the sense of a particular place.
The manipulation of media and textile techniques plays an important role in the tactile qualities of my work.
All pieces are individual according to the papers, fabric and found objects that I incorporate into the piece.

studio 7: Rick Hall
the village hall, welcombe, near bideford, devon.
t: 01237 441698   e: rickhall66@yahoo.com   w: www.rickhall.co.uk

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My work combines imagery derived from nature and science. I use rich colour & complex optical techniques to create depth & movement. I also use a device known as the Twin- elliptic Harmonograph, a simple pendulum which creates complex images which are worthy of a powerful computer.

studio 7: Vicky Stafford
the village hall, welcombe, near bideford, devon.
t: 07989 401736   e: Vstaffy@yahoo.co.uk   w: www.victoriaglassfusions.co.uk

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Vicky Stafford fuses glass in  her own unique style, mixing vivid colours and unusual materials to create sophisticated glass wall art and pop-art tiles. Vicky enjoys commissions and will make everything from one off pieces to series for use in special bathrooms or showers.

studio 7: Stuart Knowler
the village hall, welcombe, near bideford, devon.
t: 01288 331250   e: info@7thwaveweb.com  w: www.7thwaveweb.com

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My Right Eye: Photographs & Multi-Media
My Right Eye is a collection of photographic images & sounds focussing on my favourite subject matters; The Coastline & Landscape of North Devon.  In the past I have worked to produce printed images but this year I have been developing a new project combining imagery, video & gathered sound in the form of a multi projection installation.  My photography is all about looking for abstraction, the unexpected & the balance of shape and form in things we see everyday or take for granted.

studio 7: Welcombe’s Pop-Up Tea Room
the village hall, welcombe, near bideford, devon.
contact: Alison Migliorini-Stubbs  t: 01288 331416  e: alison@way2go4.com
w: www.facebook.com/WelcombesPopUpTeaRoom

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Welcombe’s Pop Up Tea Room is the vision of a group of girls who have a passion for baking!  Come along to our first Pop-Up Tea Room event and enjoy delicious Homemade Cakes & Biscuits, fresh fruit bowl, Douwe Egberts Fresh Coffee, English Breakfast Tea, an array of Speciality & Herbal Teas, ROCKS Organic Squash and Milkshakes.  Serving from 10.30am to 3.30pm.

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We hope to see you at this years Welcombe Open Studios.

Thankyou to the following Welcombe based businesses for sponsoring this years event:

Cranham House
B&B plus self catering coastal barn for 2
spectacular views, fine food, luxury en-suite bedrooms
t: 01288 331351  w: www.cranhamhouse.co.uk

cranham house

Berry Park Holidays
quality self-catering holidays
t: 01288 331329 w: www.berrypark.com

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The Old Smithy Inn
fine ales  good food  beer garden
lunch: 12-2pm  dinner: 6-9pm
t: 01288 331305 w: www.theoldsmithyinn.co.uk

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Koa Tree Camp
Luxury Camping & Adventure on the North Devon coast
t: 01288 331009   w: www.koatreecamp.com

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welcombe open studios 2012


Welcombe Open Studios 2012 has 7 artists opening their studios this year and an art day for families on Welcombe Beach hosted by the National Trust on the saturday. the 3 day event on the 10th, 11th & 12th August, gives you the chance to see where the artists create their work and to buy directly from them or commission them.  For many of the artists this is the only event where they open their studios to the public.  As well as visiting the artists studios in our lovely village by the sea, you can enjoy lunch or dinner at our local pub The Old Smithy Inn. 

Most studios are within walking distance of each other (with the exception of studio 1 that you will have to drive to) but all have parking facilities if you do intend to drive – all studios will be signposted from the A39 and around the village.  Detailed leaflets with a map to find all studios will be available from the local shop as you drive into Welcombe, The Old Smithy Inn, the village hall, Welcombe Pottery and all studios.  Or if you would prefer us to post you one please email us at info@pachadesign.co.uk or telephone us on 01288 331505.  All studios will be open from 10.30am to 4.30pm, with the exception of number 8 at Welcombe Beach which is open on saturday 11th only from 11am – 3pm.

When planning your visit please remember that most studios do not have credit card facilities, so can only accept payments by cash or cheques.  The nearest cash machines are at Hartland and Kilkhampton.

studio 1:  Rick Hall
buneham cottage, golden park, welcombe, devon, ex39 6ep
t: 01237 441698   e: mail to:rickhall66@yahoo.com  w: www.rickhall.co.uk


Rick’s art is inspired by science & nature; artistic interpretations of elegant mathematical formulae and scientific principles; a Victorian pendulum which creates fluid abstract forms, and complex lithographs & screen-prints.  Rick’s studio will take a little longer to drive to than the others, but we think it’s well worth the effort.

studio 2: John Moat
crenham mill, welcombe, near bideford, devon, ex39 6hn
t: 01288 331261  e: johnmoat43@gmail.com  w: www.johnmoat.co.uk

work on display: Books (novels, short stories, poetry collections,etc.  several limited editions, as well as Phoenix Press books).  Paintings, poems prints, prints
and etchings.

studio 3: pachadesign
well barn, well farm,  welcombe, near bideford, devon, ex39 6hg
t: 01288 331505  e: info@pachadesign.co.uk  w: www.pachadesign.co.uk

pachadesign are glenn rushbrooke & samantha robb – we are a design/make partnership specializing in contemporary furniture & objects {mirrors, clocks, lighting, etc} from locally sourced reclaimed & natural resources.  Our work evolves from a simplistic approach to design & the materials that we use {oak, slate & metal}, combining pared down aesthetics with the japanese view of wabi sabi, beauty in imperfection. 

studio 4: David Westcott
welcombe pottery, welcombe, near bideford, devon, ex39 6hg
t: 01288 331506 / 331134   e: welcombepotter@hotmail.co.uk  w: www.welcombepottery.co.uk

we make a wide selection of ceramics and glass, including a new stoneware range of functional tableware.  A variety of Raku pots, large earthenware bowls and pourers.  Our glass range has been extended this year to include large dishes & coasters.

studio 5: Paul Jenner
berry park, welcombe, near bideford, devon, ex39 6hh
t: 01237 441170  e: info@pauljennerphotography.co.uk  w: www.pauljennerphotography.co.uk

Paul aims to capture the beauty of the familiar using natural light and a passion for his subject – the world around us.  Creating simple, uncluttered compositions & a sense of peace & stillness, he loves to capture vibrant colour & uses his artistic eye to wonderful effect.  Paul will be exhibiting a beautiful selection of canvas prints, large framed prints, mounted prints & gift cards.

studio 6: Jean Goodchild
mead farm, welcombe, near bideford, devon, ex39 6hq
t: 01288 331241

a varied and colourful collection of pictures designed in textiles & embroidery silk, as well as paintings  Jean is happy to talk about her designs & techniques.

studio 7: Rebecca Cohen
mead cottage, welcombe, near bideford, devon, ex39 6hh
t: 01288 331333  e: bekicohen@tiscali.co.uk

 

Rebecca has lived & worked here since arriving from Ireland 28 years ago.  Having recently retired from lecturing in Art & Design at North Devon College she has more time for her dynamic & colourful original compositions which develop out of her long association with working from the figure.  She will be available for 30 minute portrait sittings at £25.

studio 8: National Trust with Tom Hyde
welcombe beach, welcombe, near bideford, devon.
contact: Justin Seedhouse t: 01237 441976


Saturday 11th only {11am – 3pm}
Hands on art for families day on the beach – come & join artist Tom Hyde and National Trust rangers for some hands on crafty activities on Welcombe Beach.

we hope you enjoy visiting this years open studios.  thankyou to the following Welcombe based businesses for sponsoring this years event:

The Old Smithy Inn
fine ales  good food  beer garden
lunch: 12-2pm  dinner: 6-9pm
t: 01288 331305 w: www.theoldsmithyinn.co.uk

Cranham House
B&B plus self catering coastal barn for 2
spectacular views, fine food, luxury en-suite bedrooms
t: 01288 331351  w: www.cranhamhouse.co.uk

Berry Park Holidays
quality self-catering holidays
t: 01288 331329 w: www.berrypark.com

welcombe open studios 2011

Welcombe Open Studios, now in it’s 6th year, has 7 artists opening their studios this year and an art day for families on Welcombe Beach hosted by the National Trust on the friday. the 3 day event on the 12th, 13th & 14th August, gives you the chance to see where the artists create their work and to buy directly from them or commission them.  For many of the artists this is the only event where they open their studios to the public.  As well as visiting the artists studios in our lovely village by the sea, you can enjoy lunch or dinner at our local pub The Old Smithy Inn. 

Most studios are within walking distance of each other (with the exception of studio 8 that you will have to drive to) but all have parking facilities if you do intend to drive – all studios will be signposted from the A39 and around the village.  Detailed leaflets with a map to find all studios will be available from the local shop as you drive into Welcombe, The Old Smithy Inn, the village hall, Welcombe Pottery and all studios.  Or if you would prefer us to post you one please email us at info@pachadesign.co.uk or telephone us on 01288 331505.  All studios will be open from 10.30am to 4.30pm, with the exception of number 6 at Welcombe Beach which is open on friday only from 11am – 3pm.

When planning your visit please remember that most studios do not have credit card facilities, so can only accept payments by cash or cheques.  The nearest cash machines are at Hartland and Kilkhampton.

studio 1:  pachadesign
well barn, well farm, welcombe, near bideford, devon, ex39 6hg
t: 01288 331505   e: info@pachadesign.co.uk  w: www.pachadesign.co.uk


pachadesign are glenn rushbrooke & samantha robb – we are a design/make partnership specializing in contemporary furniture & accessories (mirrors, clocks & lighting) from locally sourced reclaimed & natural resources.  Our work evolves from a simplistic approach to design & the materials that we use (oak, slate & metal), combining pared down aesthetics with the japanese view of wabi sabi, beauty in imperfection.

studio 2: David Westcott
welcombe pottery, welcombe, near bideford, devon, ex39 6hg
t: 01288 331506  e: welcombepotter@hotmail.co.uk  w: www.welcombepottery.co.uk

 a wide range of slip decorated earthenware, raku pots and sculpture.

studio 3: Paul Jenner
berry park, welcombe, near bideford, devon, ex39 6hh
t: 01237 441170  e:info@pauljennerphotography.co.uk  w:www.pauljennerphotography.co.uk

Paul aims to capture the beauty of the familiar using natural light and a passion for his subject – the world around us.  Creating simple, uncluttered compositions & a sense of peace & stillness, he loves to capture vibrant colour & uses his artistic eye to wonderful effect.  Paul will be exhibiting a beautiful selection of canvas prints, large framed prints, mounted prints & gift cards.

studio 4: Jean Goodchild
mead farm, welcombe, near bideford, devon, ex39 6hq
t: 01288 331241

a varied and colourful collection of pictures designed in textiles and embroidery silk, as well as paintings.  Jean is happy to talk about her designs and techniques.

studio 5: Rebecca Cohen
mead cottage, welcombe, near bideford, devon, ex39 6hh
t: 01288 331333  e: bekicohen@tiscali.co.uk

Rebecca Cohen will be showing work which includes life drawing & painting, portraits, work on personal themes & some one-off ceramics.

studio 6: National Trust with Tom Hyde
welcombe beach, welcombe, near bideford, devon
contact: Justin Seedhouse t: 01237 441976

friday only {11am – 3pm}
Hands on art for families day on the beach – come & join artist Tom Hyde and National Trust rangers for some hands on crafty activities on Welcombe Beach.

studio 7: John Moat
crenham mill, welcombe, near bideford, devon, ex39 6hn
t: 01288 331261  e: johnmoat43@gmail.com  w: www.johnmoat.co.uk


work on display: Books (novels, short stories, poetry collections,etc.  several limited editions, as well as Phoenix Press books).  Paintings, poems prints, prints
and etchings.

studio 8: Rick Hall
buneham cottage, golden park, welcombe, near bideford, devon, ex39 6ep
t: 01237 441698  e: rickhall66@yahoo.com  w: www.rickhall.co.uk


My work involves the use of rich colour & optical trickery to create depth & movement.  I use a strange drawing machine known as a twin elliptic harmonograph, which creates very
fine & complex images (and no, it’s not like a spirograph).  My studio will take a little longer to get to than the others but hopefully it will be worth the 10 minutes drive along the beautiful coast road.

we hope you enjoy visiting this years open studios.  thankyou to the following Welcombe based businesses for sponsoring this years event:

The Old Smithy Inn
fine ales  good food  beer garden
lunch: 12-2pm  dinner: 6-9pm
t: 01288 331305 w: www.theoldsmithyinn.co.uk

Cranham House
B&B plus self catering coastal barn for 2
spectacular views, fine food, luxury en-suite bedrooms
t: 01288 331351  w: www.cranhamhouse.co.uk

Berry Park Holidays
quality self-catering holidays
t: 01288 331329 w: www.berrypark.com

Kings Cottage Nursery
plant available from local shops & markets in Bude, Bideford & Hartland.
t: 01237 441001  e: kingscottagenursery@btinternet.com