The Artist of the Month: Julie Hunt

Julie Hunt won the trophy for the Best Artwork at Hanbury Hall exhibition 2016. Her colour pencil drawing delighted all visitors with cute subject and perfect execution. More »

Westacre School pupils present their design for the Mural 2016

Westacre School pupils designed the Mural 2016 with the theme of Edward Winslow, his journey on Mayflower and his relationship with Native American chief. More »

ArtsFest 2017

ArtsFest 2017 is coming this summer! Be prepared for an art attack! More »

DAN annual exhibition at Hanbury Hall

Each year DAN members hold an annual exhibition in the prestigious venue, Long Gallery at Hanbury Hall. More »

Yarn Bombing 2015

In Summer 2015 DAN members and local crafters organised a yarn bombing project in the Victoria Square in Droitwich. More »

DAN members artwork selection

DAN members are very diverse in their artistic expressions - there are the excellent watercolourists, oil painters, photographers... More »

 

Rhys Jones’ photographs in Park’s Café

Rhys Jones is an active member of Droitwich Arts Network and is a self-employed commercial and family photographer. For this exhibition in Park’s Café he decided to show a selection of 15 photographs. All photographs are of buildings that form part of British heritage (Croome Court, Lincoln Castle, Charlecote Park, Castle Howard, Witley Court, to name just a few).

Gatehouse Charlecote Park

Gatehouse Charlecote Park

Karen Barlow in Droitwich library

Karen Barlow will display her painting “Colourful Culture” in Droitwich library for the next two weeks, started with 25th June. Karen’s painting is inspired by African tribal art and it is made in combination of acrylics, tissue and melon seeds. Quite unusual and bold painting, certainly worth to take a look when you next time in the library.

Karen Barlow

Peter Hawkins is an artist-in-residence in the Meetbox

Peter Hawkins was an artist-in-residence from 20th until 27th June. Peter was in the Meetbox during the whole week, painting his new picture. The theme of the painting is a bit unusual for Peter who is the best known for his meticulously realistic landscapes. He chose to paint a scene from a busy Spanish street market full of people.  We all looking forward to see this painting finished. 

The Meetbox micro-residence: Tamara Jelača (6 – 13 June)

The Meetbox is hosting one-week micro-residence for local artists. It is a great way to give to the artists a space to work and present their art, but also for public to be introduced to local art scene, to meet artists and see them working on their newest artworks.

In the period from 6th to 13th June, artist in residence was Tamara Jelača. She was working on her embroidery for a design of the music album cover for 3-piece composition for piccolo titled “Shakespeare’s Winks”, composed by Argentinian composer and pianist Juan María Solare