Having had a glorious taste of Spring weather at Court Robert this week, we're getting all the more excited for our opening Easter weekend at the end of March.
Aside from that, we've had a few other lovely things going on here too. Christine has been busy having her sculptures accepted into plenty of Garden Exhibitions this Summer, including Sir Harold Hiller Gardens in Hampshire from May through to October 2018. Plus, Artstone have delivered their Spring/Summer collection to Gallops Architectural Salvage Ltd in Crickhowell. With pieces including the classic Iron Hare and the Sitting Cat, we're hoping the weather stays sunny enough to exhibit the work in all of its glory!
We'll be back with more updates later on in the week on our website and Facebook page, keep an eye out to find out more about the finishing touches we're making to our Art Classes starting April 2018...
Since opening the gates at Court Robert Arts in the Spring of 2017, there has been plenty of development at this Monmouthshire-based Sculpture Exhibitor. We're in the process of producing a pottery studio, as well as having converted farming outbuildings into lovely new studios.
And guess what? The excitement doesn't end there! We're currently producing our teaching syllabus for Spring 2018, beginning in April. Our purpose-built teaching studios are recently completed, and we're just making those final touches to our art classes before releasing our confirmed dates.
We'll also be encouraging other artists to tutor short-courses with us, so get in touch if you too want to impart some of your wisdom! You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 07763 485638.
Delighted? Us too! Watch this space and check out our facebook page for updates on when you can sign up.
Christine Baxter and Alex Brown are the artists in residence here at Court Robert Arts. From everyday goings-on to new pieces of work, its all here. Alex is a painter and Christine a sculptor.