Local Artists Lyn Kirkland and Tiffany Scull are opening their Studios to Visitors on Saturday 12 and Sunday 13th October. Complementing the Annual Photographic Competition in St George’s Centre, the ladies are offering a rare glimpse into their inspirations and techniques. Whilst their finished artwork is quite different, they share a passion for nature and natural forms. Tiffany’s Sgraffito Ceramics process is very detailed and requires exceptional observational skills to produce her exquisite pieces. Lyn’s Encaustic Wax Paintings are all about fluidity, texture and an eye for colour. What they both share is the excitement and element of surprise! Lyn is never quite sure how the beeswax will react when heated, and similarly Tiffany’s clay slips can vary in colour, dependent upon how they are fired. It’s all in the alchemy.
Flit from Studio to Studio to see them at work. Lyn will be demonstrating how to work with molten beeswax to create layered, textural artwork Saturday 10:30-12:00, and Tiffany will be holding a ‘throwing’ demonstration in her Studio on Sunday 10:30-12:00. Their Studios will be open from 10:00 – 4pm on both days. Find them behind the Peter Trim Hall, Reforne.