Setting up Exhibition at Newark Park

Newark Park is now part of National Trust, but was built 450 years ago as a Hunting Lodge in Tudor times.

It is situated in Ozleworth, Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire, GL12 7PZ.


It is the most amazing place! With sheep and cattle roaming the lawns as you drive up to the house. Inside the fence, there are 4 or 5 peacocks wandering about. So well worth a visit.


Today I went there to set up an exhibition in the beautiful gardens, and it is the first one taking place at Newark Park.


The exhibition will be on between October 1st and November 30th.


I took some photos so you can see how my work looks when exhibited in such beautiful surroundings. It is also good to know that during these Covid restrictive times, there are safe outdoor places to visit.


Me posing with my work on the steps to Newark Park Hunting Lodge.

Aurora Urn


Nodding Lilies


Sunflower Birdbath


Chrysanthemum and Peacock.


White Chrysanthemum


Agapanthus

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Renée Kilburn Ceramics

Unit 6, Worle Quarry

Lower Kewstoke Road,

Weston-super-Mare, North Somerset

BS22 9LF, United Kingdom

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