Local Northamptonshire artist Tamsin Edwards is delighted to have been asked to participate in the prestigious 2018 ‘Art4Africa’ event.
She will be proudly exhibiting a collection of her most recent work, in the beautiful surroundings of The Old Chapel House in Keysoe (MK44 2HT), just over the border in Bedfordshire.
Tamsin is reasonably well known for her quirky illustrative style, often portraying comic images of people and places, as well as her fantasy and surrealistic creations.
Featuring works from national and local artists and artisans, ‘Art4Africa’ is an art exhibition being held to support the work of the charity Rise Africa UK.
Visitors to the event will be able to view and purchase the inspiring works of over 70 Artists, displayed within five rooms of the house, four marquees, and the large garden. The artwork will include indoor and outdoor sculpture, paintings, drawings, photography and ceramics, as well as a dedicated gift area. On Saturday and Sunday there will be a BBQ and bar, as well as tea, coffee and cake being available throughout the exhibition. It is expected to be a fabulous visitor experience, an event not to be missed if you love art.
The ‘Art4Africa’ 2018 Exhibition is from Thursday 6th to Sunday 9th September, and open daily from 9am until 6pm. Admission is FREE, with the commission of artwork sales raising valuable funds for charity.
Rise Africa UK is a UK registered charitable organisation founded by Olivia Faulkner. It is committed to making a significant difference to the lives of vulnerable and disadvantaged children in the Moshono community of Northern Tanzania. The charity is supporting the education of 80 children who would have otherwise been denied this opportunity. For more information go to www.rise-africa.co.uk
For examples of Tamsin’s work, please visit www.texart.co.uk