Yesterday because of the rain our planned trip to Birmingham was postponed...looking at the forecast it seemed that further south may have been a little drier so off we went! We've never been to Prema before, I had heard of the venue as friend Sarah Roberts had a show there some time ago.
What a lovely place!!!
A huge exhibition area upstairs where they hold music & theatre events too, another space for exhibitions & the fabulous 'Gift Dresser' (some purchases were made!), but what made the place really special was the excellent cafe area - again artwork on the walls, comfy sofas & super Lemon polenta cake/carrot cake plus coffee.
This is the work of Beci Whatley whose work as been described as 'aboriginal style bling' quite apt I reckon.....
This is the work of Anya Keeley also on display...love the animals!
This little dormouse came home to live with us....
The artwork on the Art Cafe's walls is by Simon David Mills...Tim loving the Cornish Beards & the cake!
You can even make music.....
A really creative & inspiring place to visit the current exhibitions continue until 21st October. We've noticed that the next show includes the work of Jane Ormes so we'll definitely be visiting again....!
Such a fabulous sunny day today...I'd been lucky enough to be given some tickets to see the Sculpture Trail at Hidcote by artist Lit Smith. As I've never visited the garden before it was a lovely opportunity to see the National Trust property near Chipping Campden & some amazing artwork!
I particularly admired the metalwork flowers by Mike Bigland.
Another favourite piece was this 'Little Owl' by Marie Shepherd
The exhibition continues until the 30th September: