Guest Artist Exhibition.

Gill Barlin (Englepip) is my current guest artist.

Gill is a photographer and belongs to our Art Natters group.

 Gill began to take photographs to entertain her mother who was housebound and this developed gradually into better and better shots.

 Gill likes to walk and take photographs of nature as she goes, mostly locally in Hampshire, but also in The Lake District, Norfolk and on trips to Africa. She has previously volunteered her time, as photographer, at the Basingstoke Music and Arts Festival. She became a Church Recorder with The Arts Society Basingstoke and photographed St Leonard’s Church in Sherfield-on-Loddon.  She is proud of this body of work, a copy of which is held in the Hampshire Record Office, the Diocese and in the V&A Museum. Various of her photographs are used in books and academic journals and on websites.

 She has had an artistic leaning since she was a child and has recently developed her art through manipulation of photos through post processing software.

 She displays some of her photos on Flickr and runs her own website of poems and photographs under the pseudonym, Englepip. All work on these sites is copyright. Englepip©
 

Gill has a poetry / photography website at https://englepip.photography/2018/09/23/a-magical-world-in-a-fairy-glen/

 

Mugs, mouse mats and cutting boards with most photographs are available. Prices at the time of asking. 

 

Enquiries to gbarlin1@icloud.com

 Gill's beautiful trees are limited edition, signed and certificated. A triptych sells for 100.00 . Individual photos are 45.00.

These gorgeous Echinacea are 3,50 for a 4 inch by 6 inch card. 6.00 for a mounted 5 inch x 3 inch photo card, and 12.00 for a mounted 5 inch x 7 inch photo card. Each photo is personally signed. Canvases at various prices, please enquire.

Cyclamen cards are 3,50 for a 4 inch by 6 inch card. 

photos 5 inch square mounted in square mounts and black frames 8 inches square are 25.00. Each photo is individaully signed. Canvases are available at various prices