Fantasy house moves over and it’s the work that soon teases your attention, in our pick of the open houses. With some skill, photographer Ted Davis and his partner have transformed their living room into an exhibition space worthy of a contemporary gallery.
Pride of place in the typically expansive bay window is a sculpture by Steve Yeates, made from ’socially intrinsic recycled materials’ – see ‘broken glass’.
Ted’s detailed images of floral organics (flowers) are boldly set, and show his dedication to this theme is returning some stunning images.
By pooling the talents of six other artists: Richard P.Cook, oil and water colours; Liz Hancock, silver and gold jewellery based on organic forms; Annie Mendelow, oil and pastel paintings: Tim Dolby, richly textured mixed media; and Catherine Beckett, silver and gold jewellery, they’ve brought something unique to the room.
And it’s something Ted hopes to continue, with more regular events and collective exhibitions planned.
The only disappointment in all this were the cakes: there wasn’t any – but who’d eat cakes in a gallery!
Fantastic flat, warmly hosted and highly recommended!
More information on Ted Davis and this open house
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