Andrew Wynne
Andrew Wynne

Andrew Wynne

Would you like to know more about my work?

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Andrew Wynne


40 Watson Avenue  
Market Harborough

Leicestershire

LE16 9NA

 

email: andrewwynne
@cheverton.plus.com


Mob: 07791887989

 

Flickr: 

https://www.flickr.com/ph
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Last updated on 9th January

2020

Workshops

I offer workshops to suit all levels of age and ability.

Creative workshops to suit your needs from childrens' parties to corporate business days.

News and Diary

Residencies and Workshops Diary

January 10th - Mosaic Workshop - with primary school children in Northamptonshire
January 13th - 'Happy Mondays' Indigo Dyeing Batik Workshop - with adults at Loughborough University, Leicestershire
January 21st - Mosaic Workshop - with primary school children in Barnsley, south Yorkshire
February 11th - Mosaic Workshop - with primary school children in north London
February 17th - Mosaic Workshop - with adults at Toothill Academy, Bingham, Nottinghamshire
March 28th - 'Space Oddity' - Creative Silk Painting Workshop in Studio 4 at the Attenborough Arts Centre, Lancaster Road, Leicester, 10.00 - 3.30
April 6th, 7th & 8th - Mosaic Workshops - with primary school children in Bolton
April 22nd - Mosaic Workshop - with primary school children in Walsall
May 2nd & 3rd -  Mosaic Demonstration - at the Art, Craft & Design Fair at Lamport Hall, Northamptonshire, 10.00 - 5.00
May 16th -  'Gaudi Medallions' - Mosaic Workshop - for adults  at the Laundry Rooms Workshops, Lamport Hall, Northamptonshire, 10.00 - 5.00
May 25th - Mosaic Workshop - with primary school children in Milton Keynes
August 15th -  'Silk Painting in Nature' Workshop - for adults  at the Laundry Rooms Workshops, Lamport Hall, Northamptonshire, 10.00 - 5.00
September 26th -  'Mosaic Gifts for the Home & Garden' Workshop - for adults  at the Laundry Rooms Workshops, Lamport Hall, Northamptonshire, 10.00 - 5.00

Exhibitions 

A selection of my photographic fine art Gicleé prints, Mosaics, Batiks and other artworks can be viewed at my home by arrangement:

40 Watson Avenue

Market Harborough

Leicestershire

LE16 9NA

News

December is always a good time to reflect on the year as it draws to a close. As always, it's been a challenge to balance my time and energies, but I have managed to find time for some exciting new abstract works. Sales go a long way to encourage new works but it's mostly the sheer joy of losing myself in the creative process that I'm thankful for.

I first discovered Batik in 1989 and thirty years later it feels as though I've come full circle in terms of how I create and evaluate my work.

Earlier Batiks were mostly representational while I learned and developed my craft, but I also created a small number of abstract works too as I experimented with materials, techniques and ideas.

Some of these earlier works sold in exhibitions and opened doors to commissions and residencies. 
It's clear that my percieved 'values' of what makes a piece of artwork successful has changed a lot since my early days.

The aim is still to hit the viewer hard between the eyes, but my abstract works are more about feelings .... created by my own experiences and realized and presented through the strange and unpredictable processes of creativity and technique.

Then, after my work is done it's up to the viewer to bring into play their own cognitive responses. - December 10th 2019
 

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