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NIDD ART TRAIL



Hampsthwaite Memorial Hall is participating as a venue for the Nidd Art Trail over the August 2015 Bank Holiday Weekend.


Dayna Cowper will be exhibiting her work - and there is also an opportunity for childen to 'have a go'!


Dayna is a Nidderdale based painter and photographer who has shown her work in many local and regional exhibitions. Her abstract paintings are in oil or watercolour, evoking the patterns and features found in landscape.  They reflect her love of walking in the countryside and on the hills and mountains in many parts of the country.


So do come and look in to see what's going on - and bring the children (Dayna will bring paper, pencils, felt tip pens, paint etc. for them to use)

DAYNA COWPER

"I am a Nidderdale based painter and photographer and have  shown my work in many local and regional exhibitions.

I became interested in abstract art at college in the 1970's and found I was able to express more about a subject than I had
  previously found possible.

My paintings are in oil or watercolour, evoking the patterns and features found in landscape. They reflect my love of walking in the countryside and on the hills and mountains in many parts of the country.

My work is concerned with the physical experience of being  in those places where all the senses are stimulated and impressions remain"
Home Thoughts - click for full size image
Home Thoughts
Summer Place - click for full size image
Summer Place
Trees in Nidderdale - click for full size image
Trees in Nidderdale
NIDD ART TRAIL


Hampsthwaite Memorial Hall is participating as a venue for the Nidd Art Trail over the August 2015 Bank Holiday Weekend.


Dayna Cowper will be exhibiting her work - and there is also an opportunity for childen to 'have a go'!


Dayna is a Nidderdale based painter and photographer who has shown her work in many local and regional exhibitions. Her abstract paintings are in oil or watercolour, evoking the patterns and features found in landscape.  They reflect her love of walking in the countryside and on the hills and mountains in many parts of the country.


So do come and look in to see what's going on - and bring the children (Dayna will bring paper, pencils, felt tip pens, paint etc. for them to use)