Arts Open Exhibition: artist surnames P-T

This exhibition has ended and artwork is no longer for sale

Hampshire Cultural Trust is delighted to present the online Arts Open Exhibition via Culture on Call.

The exhibition is a showcase of artwork in all different sizes, mediums and subjects from hobbyists, aspiring and professional artists, from children to adults of all ages. Collaboratively coordinated by Ashcroft Arts Centre (Fareham), Forest Arts Centre (New Milton) and West End Centre (Aldershot).

More information about each piece can be found in the Arts Open Exhibition Catalogue. If you'd like to purchase a piece, please find out how in the Buying Artwork section here.  Don't forget to vote for your favourite in the People's Choice Award here.

Below are the works from the artists with surnames beginning P-T.

Cats in the Style of Piet Mondrian by Sharon Pelham | £120 | WEC7
GEOISO16X20CLR#1 by Penbot | £90 (incl. frame) | WEC18
Cells 1 by Helen Perry | £120 | WEC30
Gold Cells by Helen Perry | £120 | WEC31
In the Eye of the Beholder by Sherley Phillips | £190 | FAC29
Head Fragments by Sherley Phillips | £190 | FAC63
Blue Flowers by Gini Pocock | £50 | WEC38
A Quiet Moment by Jackie Podmore | £50 | AAC16
Here Comes the Sun by Jackie Podmore | £60 | AAC17
Wild Winter by Ali Rance | £35 | AAC1
Day of the Dead by Ali Rance | £35 | AAC2
Seascape by Viv Rance | Not for sale | AAC36
Portsmouth at Night by Lucy Redknap | £145 | AAC26
Spirit of Portsmouth by Lucy Redknap | £500 | AAC27
Cliff Top Flowers by Sarah Reed | £150 | FAC27
Gulls and Cow Parsley by Sarah Reed | £150 | FAC61
AXIS by Mark Rendall | £450 | WEC26
ZYLUM by Mark Rendall | £450 | WEC27
Trees by Alison Ridgeon | £60 (incl. frame) | WEC35
Garden Pond by Alison Ridgeon | £60 (incl. frame) | WEC36
Macroprocessor 3 by Jon Robins | £125 | FAC12
Here and There by Jon Robins | £125 | FAC47
Fox Club by Ric Robinson | £380 | AAC30
Red Deer Stag by Ric Robinson | £380 | AAC31
Past, Present, by Fiona Sandover | £500 | WEC32
Altered Nature 1 by Joe Shaw | £30 (unframed) | WEC19
Altered Nature 2 by Joe Shaw | £30 (unframed) | WEC20
Lemon Tea by Penny Simpson | £90 | FAC23
BOGOF by Megan Georgia Smith | £150 | WEC23
CHAMPION by Megan Georgia Smith | £90 (incl. frame) | WEC24
Hurst Point Lighthouse by Sarah Standage | Not for sale | FAC28
St Thomas Church by Sarah Standage | Not for sale | FAC62
The Abbey was Wonderful by Pauline Stephens | £120 | FAC21
Which Way to the Market? by Pauline Stephens | £120 | FAC56
Cactus Cactus by Carrie Swinburne | £125 | AAC9
A Good Year for the Roses by Carrie Swinburne | £125 | AAC10
Cannas and Daisies by Maureen Tait | £275 | FAC52
Early Morning - Keyhaven by Maureen Tait | £275 | FAC17
Inner Burst by Juilet Taylor | £40 | FAC70
Yesterday's Lines by Juliet Taylor | £50 (all money donated to Forest Arts Centre) | FAC75
SOLD | Pencil Neck by Fiona Tomlinson | AAC12

Puppy Eyes by Fiona Tomlinson | £20 | AAC13
Tonal Face by H M Tucker | £10 | AAC37
Roses and Peonies by Julie Tucker | £60 | AAC38
Florals in Jug by Julie Tucker | £45 | AAC39

More information about each piece can be found in the Arts Open Exhibition Catalogue. If you'd like to purchase a piece, please find out how to here in the Buying Artwork section.  

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