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Greys Court - National Trust

The ancient Cromwellian room hosts an extended exhibition of 5 artists all inspired by the beautiful gardens of Greys Court. The botanical theme is captured in a range of media including ceramics, oils paint,  watercolour, acrylic & pastels 





27th April to 6th May

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6 mins drive from Venue 14 , 7 minsfrom Venue 17 and 8 mins from Henley

From Henley Town Hall head up Gravel Hill towards Badgemore and continue until the turning for Greys Court is on your right 

Parking is available 

Meet The Artists

Debbie Page

Debbie is a handbuilding potter; her main influences are Korean and Japanese pottery with their strong simple shapes.  She specialises in Moon jars - spherical vessels inspired by the iconic Korean Moon Jar and tall vessels, Pails, with found wooden handles, influenced by Japanese pottery.  She explores the possibilities arising from the combination of glaze and smoke working together- using raku, standard kiln and smoke firing techniques.

Jo Lillywhite

Joanne Lillywhite is a painter who is inspired by the landscape and woodlands of Oxfordshire and beyond.  She loves to paint scenes with strong lines and perspective that draw the viewer in to the scene.  She represents the world in an interesting and bold way, using varied marks and brushstrokes and heightened colours.  Layers of colour make her paintings unique and striking.

Sue Tilbury

Sue is a portrait and still life painter and tutor based in Henley-on-Thames in Oxfordshire.

Working in oil on canvas, carefully layering colour and finishing with soft translucent glazes to add a depth & quality only oils can achieve.

Sue paints in a representational style  mixing contemporary style with traditional technique.

Amanda Nester

Following a degree I graphic design & illustration and working as an illustrator I am now figurative fine artist painting in watercolour and oils. My detailed work embraces the intricacy and beauty in the world around us.

Helen Cousins

I am a botanical artist specialising in illustrations of plants and flowers with watercolour. I host online courses and workshops in Berkshire and South Buckinghamshire.

Lizzie Christie-Miller

Lizzie has a passion for colour. Art for her is an enhancement of the space, a subliminal message creating a mood and is dependent on their relationship with the surroundings. She has been influenced by the work of William Croziers and Mary Fedden.

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