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The Wooburn Festival Visual Arts Exhibition

The Wooburn Festival Visual Arts Exhibition is at the heart of the Wooburn Festival.  St. Paul’s Church Hall in Wooburn Green is converted into a professional and vibrant art gallery showing original paintings, sculpture, ceramics, glass and jewellery from the best artists in Buckinghamshire and beyond.  

Official Opening

Saturday 8 October 11.00am - 1.00pm

Public Viewing

Saturday 8 October 1.00pm - 6.00pm

Sunday 9 to  Thursday 13 October 10.00am - 6.00pm

Friday 14 October 10.00am - 8.00pm

Saturday 15 October 10.00am - 4.00pm


St Paul’s Church Hall, Wooburn, HP10 0PW  Admission FREE!


"Open Studios"

18th and 19th July 2015
10 am - 5 pm each day

More than 40 years ago artists took over Parndon Mill, sadly neglected and nearly derelict, but a beautiful historic building in a delightful riverside setting. Gradually they restored it to become a thriving hub of creativity, nurturing a wide diversity of talent and skills.

Magnificent glass, weaving, calligraphy, guitar making, ceramics, jewellery and metalwork along with fine arts will be on view here during the Open Studios event. 
There will also be an insight into architectural skills and the work of graphic and product designers. Parndon Mill's artists, craftspeople, designers and architects will talk about their work and demonstrate their techniques. Glass blowing is particularly dramatic and visitors are invited to "have a go". Workshops in fused glass, ceramics and felt making will also be offered.


Parndon Mill, Harlow, Essex. CM20 2HP


From Harlow Town Centre
Travel North towards Harlow Town Station
At the station roundabout turn left along Elizabeth Way towards The Pinnacles Take the 3rd small turning on right (between Rugby Club and Adams Motors)

From the M 11
Drive North on the A 414 for approx 2 miles. At the Gates Garage roundabout turn left along Edinburgh Way to Harlow Town station roundabout -straight over on to Elizabeth Way - take 3rd small turning on right (between Rugby Club and Adams Motors)

From the A10 
Turn East along the A414 - Approaching Harlow, turn right at roundabout (Eastwick Lodge Farm) right at next roundabout (Harlow Town Station) - 3rd small turning on right off Elizabeth Way (between Rugby Club and Adams Motors)



"How small .... How vast..."

Artistsmeet are delighted to be featuring for the first time an exquisite collection of fused glass and sand casted pieces, by local artist Ewa Wawrzyniak.

Ewa’s dreamscape sculptures are about vulnerability and protection, how we experience intimate places and to what extent memories and childhood experiences influence our need for a ’dreamplace’. Explored through sand casting, the process offers the artist an immediate, free method of working with glass, which involves pouring hot glass into a mould made out of special, damp casting sand, requiring significant physical and energetic involvement from the creator. 

She exhibits extensively in the UK, has commissioned pieces in collections worldwide and runs a number of glass courses as an artist and lecturer.

The work will be on display from:
Wednesday 1 July – Thursday 27 August 2015
10am – 4pm Monday - Friday
Entry is free

For more information please contact Elaine Johnson, Arts Development Officer



'Artistsmeet' Contemporary Art Gallery
WD3 1EH Rickmansworth
United Kingdom


Landscape of My Dreams I
Sand cast glass with bronze powder inclusion