Didsbury Arts Festival

Didsbury Arts festival is a volunteer led multi arts festival celebrating creative culture in Didsbury, through working with local, national and international artists. 

We are a biennial festival. The next edition will take place from 24th June - 2nd July 2017. The festival theme will be Roots. If you would like to join the 2017 team, please get in touch.


Afternoon


Open House
Artwork by Nick Walker, Diane King and Oliver Williamson

Flat 2, , Stonecroft, Parkfield Road South,, Didsbury, , Manchester, , M20 6DA

Work by local Didsbury Artist, Nick Walker and Manchester Art School artists, Diane King and Oliver Williamson exploring belonging.

 

About the Aritsts 

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Nick lives and works in West Didsbury, Manchester.

Nick’s paintings are inspired by his constant search for sunshine and its power to transform the ordinary places around him into landscapes of vibrant colour, warmth and light. Although largely self taught, informal painting sessions with Ricardo Cavallo, a classically trained Argentinean artist based in Brittany, continue to provide further inspiration and focus for his own development.

Nick has recently been awarded the Raw Sienna prize for his painting ‘5th Avenue’.

Find out more about his work here: nickwalkerart.co.uk/

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Diane King B.A. Honours Creative Practice / Fine Art.

Diane studied at Manchester School of Art. Her career as a Professional Artist has developed over the last ten years around a career in Education and Children’s services.Her highly prized work is currently featured in National and International exhibitions.She works across variety of mediums threading her experiences of places as far apart as Africa , Scotland and Iceland where the atmosphere and light is so very different. 

Find out more about Diane's work here: djkingwatercolours.co.uk/gallery/

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Oliver is currently studying Fine Art, in my 3rd year at Manchester School of Art, Manchester. Find out more about his work here: https://www.saatchiart.com/oomww

 

 

 

 

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