Peter Blake silkscreens at Pythouse Barn
Art of Illustration's last exhibition featured new work by Sir Peter Blake, Jane Bush, Joanna Jacobs, Patrice Aggs, Quentin Blake and more....
Sir Peter Blake – New Silkscreen Prints.... Jane Bush – Collage on Paper
Sue Macartney-Snape – English Eccentrics.... Quentin Blake – Limited Edition Prints
Joanna Jacobs – New Photography.... Johnny Bull – Watercolours & People Prints
Patrice Aggs – Illustrative Etchings
For further information on each artist, please go to her/his gallery from the Art of Illustration Homepage.
Pythouse Barns were last on the world stage in November 1830, the scene of the most notorious of the Swing Riots. Now they have re-emerged from obscurity to stage Art of Illustration's regular Exhibitions. We are situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty near Shaftesbury, Dorset.
Directions: Pythouse Barn lies between Semley and Tisbury. Postcode is SP3 6PA. From Semley, follow the sign to Pythouse, Newtown. Go past Pythouse on the hill on your left, under a bridge, over a crossroads with a half-timbered house on the Right. Go on another 50 yards and Pythouse barns are on the left - you see the gable-end of a stone barn overlooking the road. There is a Royal Mail postbox in the driveway. From Tisbury: Take the road to Newtown, Semley, passing Tisbury Church on your left. About half a mile beyond Newtown, Pythouse barns are on the Right, shortly after a sign for Pythouse Farm.
We stage regular exhibitions at Pythouse Barn...
Part of the exhibition space at Pythouse Barn
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