Popular exhibition back at Lyme Town Mill

PUBLISHED: 15:00 10 July 2016 | UPDATED: 09:00 13 July 2016

Artists Hilary Buckley, Sue and John Calder, and Pete Hackett

Artists Hilary Buckley, Sue and John Calder, and Pete Hackett

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For the sixth year running, Lyme Town Mill’s Malthouse Gallery is hosting its Colour, Line and Thread exhibition.

Flowers by Sue CalderFlowers by Sue Calder

Running from Friday (July 8) until July 26, daily from 10.30am to 4.40pm, it features the work of local artists Sue and John Calder, Pete Hackett and Hilary Buckley.

Organisers say it is the wonderful mix of art forms that sets this exhibition apart.

Textile artist Sue Calder is drawn to the tactile qualities of stitch on fabric, while land artist John creates equally amazing abstract sculptural forms, using natural materials.

Pete Hackett sees the unusual in the world, producing striking and remarkable photographs of his personal viewpoint. Hilary Buckley is influenced by art deco and experiments with a variety of media. Love of colour and pattern comes through in vibrant paintings.

Visit: www.townmillarts.com


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