Friday, 2 July 2010

Something for the Weekend

A little late I'm afraid if, like us, you believe the weekend begins shortly after Wednesday but the Loop e-guide is on deadline and stealing our attention... Important to mention though the current array of visual delights. You'll find fine art at Open Art House in Wilmslow, Sat and Sun, 2-4pm featuring Jo Deas, Amanda Wigglesworth, Jenny Hirst, Sabine Kussmaul and Fiona Charis Carswell. There is also Art to please the eye over coffee and fine food at Al Panino, both weekend days; Claire de Ruiter runs a Summer Landscape Workshop (on Sat; and due to popular demand Moving Clay extends its exhibition in the gallery, upstairs at Duke's Court. It's a fabulous space and if you wish to see it more widely used please show your support and pay a visit.

The 1st Sunday of the month means the Hollins is hosting its regular Farmers' Market (with more stalls than ever) and Waterstone's Sunday Story Club provides entertainment for young lovers of the picture book, with storytelling, colouring, stickers and balloons.

Open Art House, Lindow House, Lindow Lane, Wilmslow.
Al Panino, Chestergate, Macc.
Claire de Ruiter
Hollins, Black Road, Macc
Waterstones, 47 Mill Street, Macc. 01625 424212

Image: painting by Jo Deas courtesy the whitegallery Bollington.

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