Art in Action: photo album

Yarn woolThis Saturday I had the pleasure to visit Art in Action; a four day art event that’s been happening in Oxfordshire since 1977. Based around the idea that people are fascinated by demonstrating artists, the event showcases the work of hundreds of artists, makers and crafts people, boasts a huge marketplace as well as lessons, workshops, exhibitions, food, and music.

Here are some photos from the day:

Yarn wool

Traditional carpet weaving from Uzbekistan

 

Sculpture by John O'Connor

Sculpture by John O’Connor

 

Ceramics by Linda Dangoor

Ceramics by Linda Dangoor

 

Glass by Layne Rowe

Glass by Layne Rowe

 

Work in progress - Ali Yanya

Work in progress – Ali Yanya

 

Collographic printing

Collographic printing

 

Textile painting by Carole Waller

Textile painting by Carole Waller

 

Portrait by David Caldwell

Portrait by David Caldwell

 

The art of Ebru (marbling) by Hikmet Barutcugil

The art of Ebru (marbling) by Hikmet Barutcugil

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    […] Art in Action: photo album (thisisknockout.wordpress.com) Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:LikeBe the first to like this. 30 Jul This entry was published on July 30, 2012 at 12:15 pm. It’s filed under Events and tagged Akiko Hirai, Anthony Theakston, Art, Art in Action, Bridget Drakefold, craft, Deana, Deana lee, Ellen Rijsdorf, James Outbridge, Japan, John O'Connor, Juliet Walters, Keith Munro, Kerry Hastings, Laurence McGowan, Liam Reas, Linda Bloomfield, Linda Dangoor, Paul Jackson, Richard Godfrey, Stephen Parry, Sung Hwan Kim, Suzanne Lacy, Tate Modern, Tim Andrews, Tim Boswell, Tony Laverick. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post. […]

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