West & East Harptree

East Harptree

The village of East Harptree nestles in the northern slopes of the Mendip Hills on the B3114. You can also approach it via West Harptree on the A368 or from the A37 from Chewton Mendip and the A37 via Litton or follow signs from Wells. Map at bottom of page. There is a pub in the heart of the village offering refreshments during opening times.

 

Venue 16: The Old Vicarage, High Street, East Harptree, BS40 6AY.

Directions: top of the High Street, facing the clock tower, pedestrian door in stone wall. No disabled access, sorry.  No refreshments (unless anyone is flagging !).

Venue 17: The Old Rectory, Church Lane, East Harptree, BS40 6BD.

In between St Laurence Church and the Waldegrave Arms.

Disabled information: No. There are steps up onto the lawn en route to studio. No refreshments.

Venue 18: Fair Orchard, South Widcombe, East Harptree, BS40 6BL.

Take the turning for South Widcombe from East Harptree, opposite the farm on the left.

Disabled information - one step into the studio. Refreshments available.

Helen Gordon - Venue 16

Sculpture

07917 548 684

helsgordon@me.com

An eclectic mix of animals and figurative sculptures.

Fred Gordon - Venue 16

Sculpture

07920 125 887

fcgordon93@gmail.com

Sculptures of animals and birds, together with some figurative pieces.

Adam Egginton - Venue 16

Sculpture

01934 835 739

adam@opus-studio.com

Having recently taken up sculpting, Adam is very much enjoying his new pastime.

Kevin Hemmings - Venue 17

Paintings and drawings

01761 220 065

art@kevinhemmings.com

Looking for drama in local landscapes.

Mary Liddell - Venue 18

Paintings and etchings

07760 962 011

maryliddellart@gmail.com

Still life and landscapes in oil, focussing on colour and light.