Opening at the Old Fire Station Gallery in Henley from 9 December is the Henley Arts and Craft Guild’s Christmas Craft Exhibition. This exhibition displays a wide variety of craft work, ranging from collage and woodwork to sculpture, ceramics and pottery jewellery and much much more.
Pictured are some of the lino prints exhibited by Kasha Lunt – whose work as you may guess is inspired by the agility and powerful strength of horses. Based near Maidenhead she studies horses from muddy scruffs in fields to glossy dressage horses prancing. Using printmaking techniques such as linocut, woodcut and collograph, enables the images to be bold and linear. Kasha has been commissioned and widely exhibited in the UK and abroad.
The exhibition opens on Friday 9th and continues until Tuesday 13th December, opening at 10am daily until 4pm. “So if you are looking for that Christmas gift for that “someone who has everything” do come and visit : at least you know that your gift will be a one-off and very special” says Alison Pink, the Guild’s Craft Exhibition organiser.