After the success of 2017, Thame Arts and Literature Festival is once again increasing the spectrum of Arts on offer, with Thame Art Crawl returning to run alongside the festival for 2018.
The event will see 11+ venues hosting pop-up art exhibitions where you can see the work of over 50 artists & designer makers and an amazing array of original art, ceramics and homeware.
This year the event will be featuring the work of British sculptor and printmaker, Jeremy James, whose main inspiration is in the countryside. He has a natural talent for sculpting the many mannerisms of his subject matter, be they hares, crows, pigs or cockerels and he must rank as one of the foremost ceramic sculptors of his generation.Jeremy James’s broad fine arts training introduced him to clay, and apart from bronze, no other material has tempted him. Working exclusively in clay has enabled him to explore the possibilities of ceramic form and exploit the richness of glazing that combine to give his subject matter an extra dimension.
Jeremy will be giving a talk and demonstration of his work on Saturday 20th at the Spread Eagle.
For more information about the other artists and venues involved go to www.thameartcrawl.com or follow us on Facebook or Instagram. Make sure you pick up a Thame Art Crawl map from the Town Hall and participating venues and enjoy what’s on offer between your chosen workshops, talks and lectures.
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