In painting marquee we both liked Lottie's owner, Cheryl Culver's works. She does pastel, but the surface looks metallic and they remind me of Klimt's colours.
Then we visited the International marquee. They are from Egypt. I like the way Arab people depict horses. You can feel their respect and love to the animals. I think horses are their pride.
We visited sculpture next. Have you seen a seahorse rocking chair before? It is beautifully carved,
This caught my attention. Cool Viking! It is for the ship.
In the same marquee, we found ceramic artist, Brendan Hesmondhalgh, whom I mentioned yesterday.
In the showcase marquee, we were impressed by this paper cut by Sarah Morpeth.
By same artist.
In the same marquee, there are sculptors made with straw and probably clay slip.
We had a slice of orange almond cake and cappuccino. Then we went to the garden for rest. There were very colourful summer flowers.
Then we went to printing and ceramics. But there are no photographs even though we liked printing best. There were lots of demonstration in printing, we watched each very carefully. Mike and I want to try lino cut this summer.
Two ladies print etching on real dried leaves. The project is called Tree Portraits. They were beautiful and I spent a long time to admire their works. You can see their collaboration in their websites. Buckmaster and French.