This year’s Whiteknights Studio Trail takes place on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 June and includes three artists, Carole Stephens, Linda Saul and Mark Ripley who are exhibiting at Christ Church (venue 22), the closest venue to the Whitley Pump.
Carole Stephens will be exhibiting prints and mixed media works, Linda Saul mixed media painting and Mark Ripley will be showing items of bespoke furniture. Christ Church offers refreshments and toilets and is wheelchair accessible.
Further along Christchurch Road, Rukshi Brownlow will display her paintings and prints at 14 Cintra Avenue (venue 21).
The Progress Theatre has exhibits by Michael Garaway who will be giving demonstrations. The venue has refreshments, toilets and is wheelchair accessible. Do not leave without noticing Katesgrove artist Robert Fitzmaurice’s mildmaypalmer above the box office which was part of his Wordup! collaboration with Peter Driver in 2016.
Do not leave New Road without spotting the stinkpipe.
From here you can stray further beyond Katesgrove through the university campus to visit other studios on the trail and the Department of Art Degree Show. There is a total of 22 venues and 36 artists participating in the event this year.
Whiteknights Studio Trail runs 11am to 6pm on Saturday 9 June and Sunday 10 June. Works will be on sale and the brochure promises that artists will be available to discuss their work and processes and take commissions.
- Whiteknights Studio Trail 2018
- Christ Church, Reading
- Mark Ripley
- Linda Saul
- Rukshi Brownlow
- New Art Gallery opens in Whitley
- Michael Garaway
- Katesgrove artist Robert Fitzmaurice and Peter Driver collaborate in Wordup!
- Salvo Toscano
- Jenny Halstead
- Christine Brewster
- Louise Vaessen-Walker
- Sadie Brockbank
- Two Rivers Press
- Sally Castle
- Caroline Marriott
- Ursula Waechter
- Joy Frey at the Print in the Park website
- Tom Cartmill
- Sam Heath
- Reading University School of Art