Glynis Mills HSEA with friend and colleague Alison Wilson are exhibiting in the Granary Art Gallery at Weston Park. The primary purpose of the Weston Park Foundation is to conserve and display Weston and its contents for the public benefit and to develop its role as an educational charity.
The exhibition is open daily from 11am to 4pm
April 29 – May 30. Free entry.
Discounted tickets are available to SEA Members for a special Study Day on Monday May 8. Dedicated to contemporary and traditional equestrian art Alison and Glynis will be talking about the technical aspects of their work and techniques employed to achieve their stunning pieces.
Tickets include morning refreshments, a two-course lunch, lectures, a private view of ‘Two Viewpoints’ in the Granary Art Gallery and a Curator-led private tour of the House.
The exhibition includes the equestrian and sporting work of both artists, including their interpretations of Appleby Horse Fair, hunting and racing. As well as oil paintings and handmade prints, including etchings, silkscreen prints and woodcuts, the exhibition will include drawings, sketchbooks, and oil/preliminary sketches, which show how the artists develop their work.