Amanda Glanville (Maker of Tiny Glass Stuff), Lin Hutton (Potter and Plant Wrangler), Pat Hutton (Friendly Abstracts)
Art in the Park Stall from 2019
Pat Hutton Abstract / Collage
Elf in Snowdrift - Amanda Glanville
Mission and vision
Amanda, Lin and Pat combine a great mix of appealing and approachable art in one 'hit'. Amanda and Lin have previously exhibited at AITP with Emma Caplin (who has returned to education), Pat has been invited to join them in this year's application and we feel she is a great fit with our existing stall.
All three of us have exhibited with WOS (Amanda and Lin regularly over several years) and feel that AITP offers a great opportunity to connect with the Open Studios audience and a wider Warwickshire audience of artists and art-lovers.
Amanda has been working for 20 years as a glass artist and continues to be inspired by things that make her (and others) laugh, whilst maintaining a high standard of making impossibly tiny things with great detail.
Lin combines her fine art sculptural background as a potter running her own pretty smallholding in the Warwickshire countryside. All of her succulents are home-grown and often inspire colours of glazes.
Pat's subtle colour and designs again reflect her Fine Art Training with a particular interest in architecture and mid century design.
Amanda is a Maker of Tiny Glass Stuff, melting very small rods of glass in a sort of souped up bunsen burner to create appealing, quirky objects for house and garden, and as jewellery.
Lin's use of high fired earthenware clay and subtle glazes are carefully chosen to reflect the succulents she has grown herself, which are potted with great attention to detail even down to her own home made mulches.
Pat's mid century style canvases combine gentle tones of acrylic paint and paper cut collage to give an appealing, sometimes textile-like feel to her work.