Author Archives: tinadoddart

About tinadoddart

An artist living and working in the Mendip Hills, creating landscapes and tutoring art classes.

RWA Friends Biennial Exhibition

The Friends exhibition at the Royal West of England Academy ends on Sunday 12th May I am delighted that all four of my entries were selected and if you find yourself in Bristol over the next few days then this … Continue reading

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Cheddar Arts Fringe Festival

Bank Holiday weekend       4th – 6th May Come and see my new work at Hannah More Cottage as part of the Cheddar Arts trail.  I have recently been enjoying printmaking and there will be monotypes of the local … Continue reading

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Book Cover Illustration

‘She Didn’t Wave’ I was delighted to have been asked to produce an illustration for the cover of a book by Ian Mercer who has spent many years searching for the truth about his family’s past.  The story begins in … Continue reading

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North Somerset Arts Week

@ Banwell Fire Station,  3rd – 12th May 2019     11am – 5pm daily Visit Banwell’s fire station where you will find both memorabilia and artwork under the same roof.   Students of my weekly art classes in Shipham … Continue reading

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Shades of Shipham

Shades of Shipham Exhibition 22nd – 24th March Thank you to all our visitors for making our exhibition such an enjoyable and successful event!

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Somerset Open Studios

    Once again I am exhibiting alongside Juliet Arnison and Bridget Morrison at venue 4, a beautiful countryside location in Weare, where we are showing our latest work. We are very much looking forward to this year’s event and to welcoming you to our exhibition … Continue reading

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20 x 20 Exhibition

Old Town Quarry, Weston-s-Mare Visit this delightful cafe, gallery and tea garden where you will find paintings, drawings, collage, photos and sculptures.  They all have one thing in common: – they are all 20cm x 20cm in size!  Details of … Continue reading

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