Christina Mingard, Rebecca Payn, Mary Ann Rogers, Julie Dumbarton, Elizabeth Waugh, Margaret Peart, Alan Stones, Edward Tibbs, Marion Bradley
Raye's work takes her all over the world. She lived in Cumbria for many years, before returning to her native roots in Wales.
This collection of work is part of an artistic journey that Raye is currently undertaking, in which she is looking to explore a range of imagery and media.
“The work grows organically from my original inspiration of nature and my sense of connection to the source of its energy".
Exhibition preview, Saturday 14th May 7pm-9pm
Supper/tea can be booked in the Coffee Shop from 5pm
She studied textile design at the Glasgow School of Art before working in Canada followed by a teaching career on the Wirral.
‘Crossing Borders’ is Lynda's latest body of work and depicts her travels over the past two years. Her colourful mixed media collages depict colonial buildings of Yangon and mesmerising temples of Bagan in Myanmar. Exquisite turquoise domes and ornate blue tiles of madrassas on the silk route in Uzbekistan and rich beautifully preserved temples in Luang Prabang, Laos.
Her textile background is evident in the use of colour and texture which she combines to produce glowing collages.