Don’t forget to check in with participants from this year’s Bucks Open Studios event in the coming few days – it’s your last chance!
This year’s show is the biggest to date, with a record number of entries from artists and makers across the county wanting to share their creativity with the wider public.
Ceramicists, photographers, painters, print makers and glass workers are among those opening the doors to their work spaces and offering free demos, exhibitions and workshops.
In MK, Naomi Lutman will be showing her pet portraits, fantasy creatures and vibrant animal paintings from her working studio in Wolverton (51 Buckingham Street).
Her works in progress will be displayed along with pieces for sale and she will be giving practical demos.
Parking is free in The Square, and for more on Naomi’s work check in at naomilutman.blogspot.co.uk
> At The Gallery at the Church of Christ the Cornerstone participants of Mix3d Stitch and Friends are showing off their clever capabilities, with Hilary Grayson, Tracey Mason and Yvonne Elliott among the eight artists in place, and there will be Textiles, Mixed Media, Drawing and Painting on show too.
For opening times visit facebook and tap in mix3dstitch.
> At Vitreus Art, a gallery just off the A5 near Potterspury, four creative heads have come together to deliver a joint exhibition.
Jenny Timms and Mike Caddy are the minds behind Vitrus, and they have brought together watercolour worker Louise Thomas, and pen and ink worker Soraya Billimoria to show with Mike and Jenny’s stained glass and fused glass making.
To see who will be present, when, visit www.vitreus-art.co.uk
>If you fancy taking a little trip over to Gawcott Church you’ll find plenty more art for view. Peter Baker, Lisa Campbell, Alan Chown, Sue Dix, Irene Foster, Lindsey Graham, Charmian Hayes, Jan Pursey-Grange, Joe Stockton and Jill Varone are behind the works.
Entry is free, refreshments will be available and demonstrations given.
Check in at 10.30am-4.30pm today and Friday, 10am to 5pm on Saturday and Midday to 5pm for Sunday’s final day.
Holy Trinity Church is on the High Street in Gawcott.
Nice and easy to find.