Artist's collection of life's work on show this winter
- Credit: Jacqueline Tovey
A Sid Valley-based artist is set to showcase her life’s work at Kennaway House next month.
Jacqueline Tovey’s ‘Art Exhibition of A Life's Work’ will run from Wednesday, December 8 until Tuesday 14.
Jacqueline said: “I have prints and postcards of fish and dinosaurs painted with local sand, grit and car spray paint. Also, there are handmade felt pictures and machine embroidery as well as traditional style oil paintings of seascapes, landscapes and flowers. More recently people wanted to see modern abstracts.
“My kiln fires pottery and glass. Small pottery items start at £2. There are birds, frogs, fairy houses from £5, a family of elephants, useful items like a teapot, milk jug and matching sugar bowl and at the top of the scale, a handmade green dragon for £100.
“The fused glass is colourful and exciting including a set of tree pictures in spring, summer and autumn. But my triumph is my up-cycled bureau with gold coloured metal bee handles on the drawers.”