Binfield Warfield Winkfield Arts Week
This 3 day Arts and Crafts Exhibition is on Friday 27th
October to Sunday 29th October 2023. Artists from the local area can enter art for FREE. Visitors can come and see the art for FREE 11.00-4.00 daily. The venue is Brownlow Hall Newell
Green, Warfield RG42 6AB.
The exhibition is part of the overall Binfield Warfield & Winkfield Arts Week and attracts 100s of entries from local creatives. You can enjoy and buy some of the best paintings, craft items, sculptures, photographs and fabric works by local artists who enter individually or as part of their local Art Group. Visit the exhibition and maybe you could find something to buy or even a local art group/organisation you would like to join.
Angela Pettit; Aurora Spain; Brian Liddicoat; Carole Benton; Catherine Hughes; Christine Roger; Debra Kasaska; Dinah Haynes; Dorothy Winslet; Emma Hayward; Essie Keywood; Gabi Döring; Genine Rainsborough; Gill Jackson; Helen Spendlove; Hugh Fitzwilliams; Jane Pilcher; Jane Wheaton; Jennifer Crossley; Jenny Ainsley; Jonathan Greenyer; Kate Ellison-Bourn; Liz Robertson; Louisa Branna; Louise Cadman; Lynda Taylor; Lynne Everett; Mansoureh Fazli; Mark Burden; Noel Hannan; Paul Barfoot; Paul Deane; Paul Tomlins; Rosalind Hardy; Rosemary Chiverton; Ruth Weaver; Sarah Cox; Sarah Jarvis; Sarojini Sivapalan; Sasha Boonwaat; Sophie Redpath; Stanley Atkins; Terry Earthy; Wendy Renfrew; Yoko Suzuki Osborne; Zara Rose
This is an open art, photography and craft exhibition of up to 5 small and medium sized artworks per individual exhibitor (or an agreed collective entry from a local group). You must be a local resident from within the three Parishes of Binfield or Winkfield or Warfield to exhibit - or in a school or art group that is based in this area. The official Entry form (a Jotform) is on this page
14. LABELLING: Each craft,
photos and paintings must be clearly labelled, with a label facing
frontwards. This is for the benefit of the curator, the visitors, the
stewards and also the admin staff who handle the sale of
exhibits during the 3 days of the exhibition. Details on the label
must include a) the artist’s full name, b) the media used, c) the title,
d) a selling price [or Not For Sale] and e) your art organisation (if
applicable). If an exhibit is not properly labelled it
will not be included in the exhibition.
here is an example of a well designed label
15. PUBLIC VOTE: During the
exhibition all visitors complete a voting slip nominating their favourite
exhibit and artist in the 2023 exhibition. At 3.00pm on Sunday the public
votes are counted and the "most popular exhibit" and "most popular overall artist" with the most
votes are announced. Both exhibitors (or just one if they win both categories) receives a cash prize. All
exhibitors are included in the Public Vote.
16. STEWARDING: Please volunteer to steward during the arts week as visitors like to meet the artists and we genuinely need enthusiastic stewards to help run the exhibition and to talk to the visitors.
17. MARKETING: PROMOTE THE EXHIBITION: We expect Art Groups and individuals to market that they are exhibiting on social media and whatever means possible. You will receive a media pack once you join to help you
END OF EXHIBITION: Exhibitors promptly remove all their unsold exhibits on Sunday 29th October 2023 at 4.00 pm – please no earlier.