Have you ever wondeed what a famous artist’s studio looks like? I have seen many of them over the years and one thing is quite common. No matter whether the artist is tidy or untidy anywhere else, their studio is usually very organised even if sometimes in a way that isn’t readily obvious to someone else. As you can see below, Ed Org has the kind of environment to work in that you might suspect he’d have being one of the most talented artists anywhere right now. You might notice that unlike many artists, the pictures on the wall are not all his own work. If you are familiar with the work of many artists you might know whose work it is he has on the wall. If you think you know, then write a comment and we’ll tell you if you are right. On the other hand, if you have been living in another galaxy for some years and aren’t yet familiar with Ed Org’s work then you can have a look at the many amazing pictures he has drawn and/or painted here.
The next Exhibition of Mythic Arts & Crafts will take place on Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th October 2014, in the Assembly Rooms of Glastonbury.
The exhibitors are :
Alexandra Dawe (drawing and painting)
Chris Down (drawing and painting)
Marc Potts (painting)
Neil Geddes-Ward (painting)
Julien Hatswell (painting and sculpture),
Kelly Potts Martinez (sculpture and jewellery)
Tamara Newman (painting)
Sue Rawley (repousse)
Katrina Sesum (drawing and painting) and
Gary Williamson (stonecarving and painting)
The exhibition will be open from 10am until 7pm on Saturday, and 10am until 4pm on Sunday.
Entry is free, and the cafe will be open all weekend.
Please join us for a weekend of beautiful artwork in the heart of mystical Glastonbury. Each of our talented artists will be in attendance throughout the weekend to discuss their work and creative process. This is a fantastic opportunity to see, and buy, original art and to meet the maker in person.