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All the etchings in this browser

were donated by

the people who come here regularly

to practise etching.

This was in response to my decision

not to raise the fees this year

as I did not wish to become part of the money problem;

I wanted to be part of the solution.

These works are all on sale at

£25 each

which is a special price to encourage sales

to raise the money

to cover the shortfall.

This way we all become

part of the solution

to the money gridlock

we find ourselves in.

Thank you all!

Bron

(This was the label on a browser at our Dove Christmas Show last weekend, at which Mike Dodd, Sandie Roche and I also sold many pots prints and textiles, had an enjoyable rolling private view, and also raised some money for charity. Hurrah!!)

Venice: I am not making this up

My personal account of living real life in real Venice, and more

These Days

Writing about the emergence of new and sustainable business

beth aten

textiles & mixed media

Campaign For A Living Venice

In support of a sustainable future for the Citizens and City of Venice

Artist Development Blog

The latest from artists in our Artist Development Programme

Painting into sculpture

a creative journey

FERAL Ink.

with Kathryn John

barleybooks

pages from an unbound book

SomersetProcessions

Produced by Artichoke and commissioned by 14-18 NOW, PROCESSIONS marks 100 years since the first women in the UK won the vote. Somerset Art Works and artist Dorcas Casey deliver a programme of creative workshops leading to Somerset participation in the PROCESSIONS mass participation artwork in London on 10 June 2018.

Books On Books

Curated by Robert Bolick

heaven-is-just-an-inch-away

On ne fait pas d'omelette sans casser des œufs.

Katyboo1's Weblog

The random jottings of a woman called Katy

Anna Raven | Artist's Notes

Life as a painter in the Highlands of Scotland.

Bronwen Bradshaw

Artist Printmaker Video Artists Books

Amazing Space

A Celebration of the Dove Arts and Crafts Centre

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