Jindra Jehu is a visual artist and educator based in West Dorset. Her work is concerned with nature and science and is influenced by her local environment.
Open Studios and exhibitions May - June 2021
I will be taking part in Dorset Arts Weeks this month and will be showing recent work in both my studio, venue 80 and as part of a group show of art educators at Bryanston School, venue 74. I will also exhibiting a drawing as part of the 'Drawing on Dorset' exhibition at The Glebe Gallery, venue 93.
If you are in the area I would love to see you.
Venue 74 Group Show
Bryanston School opens its art studio to the public for the first time. The school has a large and successful art department with an impressive list of ex-students some of whom are internationally recognised artists. The staff nurturing this talent are all practising artists in their own right working within several disciplines.
The work on show is in a variety of media, from ceramics and photography through to printmaking and painting, ranging from the figurative to the abstract. Visitors will find a delightful mix of artworks with depth and colour, richness and vitality - something to appeal to all tastes.
Covid- safe workshops running throughout - See www.dorsetartweeks.co.uk/events for more details
'Drawing on Dorset' Glebe Gallery, Venue 93
I am delighted that my drawing 'December Drifters' will be part of 'Drawing on Dorset' at The Glebe Gallery near Shaftesbury.
The exhibition was first shown in at the Fine Foundation Gallery, Durlston Country Park and travelled to The Lighthouse, Poole, The Slade Centre, Gillingham and Dorset County Hospital, Dorchester.
The accompanying publication will be on sale from my studio.
Scan code for details of venue 93