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Patchings Festival 2019

11th July to 14th July 2019

Patchings Festival 2019

A chance to meet over 250 Artists, Photographers, Craft Makers and Designers selling and demonstrating. Hands-on-workshops and Art Material offers, all set in 60 Acres of Nottinghamshire Countryside.

Search Press Marquee

Each year a selected group of guest artists come to the festival to showcase their work and to inspire you with a rare opportunity to get up close and see them working in a variety of mediums. You will also find a range of Original Paintings, Prints, Cards, DVD’s etc to buy direct from the Artist.

Demonstration Timetable:

Thursday 11th


11:00 – 12:00 - Jeremy Ford ‘Winter Landscape in Gouache’
14:00 – 15:00 - Haidee Jo Summers ‘Still Life Painting in Oils – Lost and found Edges’

Friday 12th


11:00 – 12:00 - Vic Bearcroft ‘Wolf Sketch in Black & White Pastels on Grey Velour’
14:00 – 15:00 - Jane Betteridge ‘Contemporary Landscape in Watercolour & Mixed Media, on a Textured Surface’

Saturday 13th


11:00 – 12:00 - Matthew Palmer ‘Atmospheric Mountain Scene in Watercolours'
14:00 – 15:00 - Tim Fisher ‘A Country Lane in Oil Pastel on Plywood’

Sunday 14th

11:00 – 12:00 - Stephen Coates ‘Boats and Reflections in Watercolour'

The Search Press Bookshop will be onsite again this year, pop along to browse and buy from our fantastic range of new and bestselling art titles.

Other well-known Search Press artists will also be demonstrating elsewhere at the festival including David Bellamy and Jean Haines.

Location: Patchings Art Centre, Oxton Rd, Calverton, NG14 6NU

Tickets can be purchased in advance on the Patchings website and cost £9/£8 concessions for a day ticket.

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