SEPTEMBER 2022 will see the WOODLANDERS 30th Exhibition.

September 10th until 25th 2022, to be held in Burley at the Village Hall, Pound Lane BH24 4EH.

Sadly last year, our 2020 exhibition was cancelled due to the autumn lockdown, and this year 2021 though we had intended to hold it, for numerous reasons we have decided to wait until 2022 to hold our special 30th exhibition on Saturday September 10th until Sunday September 25th inclusive in Burley.

In spite of the postponement all Woodlanders, including two new potters are working hard individually in their own studios and homes, beit paintings, pottery, woodcraft and jewellery, and have plenty of work to show.

Should you wish to see their lastest work check back here on the Woodlanders website or call 01425 40­2584 and we can put you in touch.

Here's to 2022



 

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Margaret has enjoyed drawing and painting from as far back as she can remember, and received great encouragement from her first commission at the age of ten. She studied Art and Design at both Southampton and Winchester Colleges of Art.
Whilst raising a family of three boys, she gained an Honours degree in Psychology from Southampton University and for many years enjoyed a very successful career in Adult Education and Training, in both teaching and management roles.
Throughout that time however, she continued to paint whenever time permitted and regularly exhibited throughout Hampshire and Southern England. Having taken early retirement Margaret was able to devote more time to art, and her work is now collected widely, both at home and abroad. She works in any medium but prefers oils, acrylic and mixed media.
Her specialist subjects, whether miniature or conventional scale, include portraiture and landscape painting, including local scenes. She particularly enjoys experimenting with exciting or unusual colour in both her contemporary and more traditional work.
Margaret lives in Hampshire, and finds the New Forest an endless and wonderful source of inspiration.

Margaret's Paintings

 horses on the beach

More of Margaret's paintings to follow.