Extraordinary Places

Contemporary artwork in extraordinary settings.

Extraordinary places include lakes shores, cathedrals, stately homes, old mills, castles and churches among other locations.

Christine will be exhibiting at Carlisle Cathedral for C-Art, Carlisle Cathedral, Abbey Street, Carlisle, United Kingdom

Saturday 9th Sept - Sunday 17th September

Carlisle

Ceramics, Installation

Inspired by ancient footsteps of early man found preserved on rock, my installation is of the last footsteps on earth, a cracked and dried earth, where life is fast disappearing. Read more…

Workington, United Kingdom

Fri 8th, Sat 9th, Sun 17th 11am-3pm each day

Allerdale

Performance/Live Art

What are our intimate feelings around the idea of home? Do we feel an extra need for security or shelter during times of change? Celia Burbush has been collaborating with puppeteer Ali McCaw, to develop a live interactive performance piece. Read more…

Moot Hall, Brampton, Cumbria, CA8 1RW

Carlisle

Ceramics, Drawing, Jewellery, Mixed Media, Painting, Sculpture, Textiles

We are a group of four artists local to Brampton: Carolyn Marr – ceramics, Mara Johnstone – painting, Jules Dickinson – jewellery and Gill Dearman – textiles. Throughout the weekend we will be demonstrating how we make our work. Read more…

Honister Slate Mine, Honister Pass, Keswick, United Kingdom

Allerdale

Sculpture

My artworks and sculptures are all inspired by the history, landscape and natural environment of the Lake District.  I work with Honister Green Slate using traditional methods and my own unique layering technique. Read more…

Merz Barn, Ambleside, United Kingdom

South Lakeland, Outside Cumbria

Sculpture

Half landscape/half domestic interior, part furniture/part machine/part woman; weaving together personal and historical narratives with fiction and folk tale, I create monstrous landscapes out of a combination of the fragmented female form, machine and commodity to investigate the discordance between the basic physical elements of the natural world and the… Read more…