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Barbourne Artists'
Summer Exhibition

19 - 23 June
Window of Arch 28 showing brightly coloured paintings and exhibition poster

Summer in the city

Step into a world of creativity and expression at Barbourne Artists' Summer Exhibition from 19 to 23 June.

Hosted in a converted Victorian railway arch, just a stone's thrown from Worcester's iconic golden landmark, The Hive, you'll experience a variety of artistic styles in our vibrant group show.


Discover luscious local landscapes and bold, dynamic abstracts. Explore captivating memory-inspired textiles and exquisite floral pieces.

The exhibition includes 19 of my own paintings including large, statement pieces and smaller, collectibles, plus several brand new works fresh out of my studio.

Plan your visit

The Artery Studios is located at Arch 28, Croft Walk, Worcester WR1 3BD opposite The Hive.

Exhibition opening times:

  • Wednesday 19 June  4pm – 6pm

  • Thursday 20  11am – 4pm

  • Friday 21  11am – 6pm

  • Saturday 22  11am – 6pm

  • Sunday 23  11am – 4pm

Parking is available close by in the Hive and Croft Road car parks.  Worcester Foregate Street train station is a five minute walk away.

Free entry - all welcome. 

Wheelchair accessible venue.

Promotional image with opening times for Barbourne Artists' Summer Exhibition

Who are the Barbourne artists?

Barbourne artists - Margaret Powell, Jane Arthur, Cherrie Mansfield, Caroline Hall and Felicity Osborne

Classically trained Margaret Powell is known for her moody elegant colour palette. Her seasonal flower still life paintings and her depictions of local landscapes reflect her love of light and colour.

Textile artist Jane Arthur takes inspiration from landscape and memory. She builds her work in layers starting with a base fabric and adding collage, paint and stitch.

Cherrie Mansfield's abstract paintings are fuelled by her passion for colour. She creates bold, captivating artwork that catches the eye and fires the imagination, and gets quite messy in the process!

Caroline Hall's art is full of colour and light, her work takes the viewer on a visual journey through the changing seasons. Her distinctive style is reminiscent of the impressionists' approach to painting.

Dynamic and vibrant, Felicity Osborne creates her art using a blend of fluid art techniques, resulting in unique acrylic abstract paintings that are truly individual.

Nicola Currie specialises in floral and still life oil paintings combining traditional methods with a contemporary style. She currently has a solo exhibition at Worcester Cathedral.


Meet me!

We can't wait to welcome you to our inaugural group show.  Some of us will be present each day to answer your questions and chat to you about our work. If you'd like to meet me I will be there:

  • Thursday 20  11am – 4pm

  • Saturday 22  2.30pm – 6pm

  • Sunday 23  2pm – 4pm

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions about a painting you've seen.

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