A Middle-earth & JRR Tolkien inspired art exhibition
Featuring the works of Ted Nasmith & guest artist Ruth Lacon
I have great pleasure to present a JRR Tolkien inspired Art Exhibition being held for 4 days from Saturday 20 th May 2006 at The Redesdale Hall, High Street, Moreton in Marsh, Gloucestershire.
The Exhibition will contain the largest ever display of the artwork (including new original pieces and new Limited Edition Prints) of the world renowned Tolkien Illustrator, Ted Nasmith who will be attending throughout. Ted Nasmith's art can also be seen online at www.adcbooks.co.uk .
In addition the Tolkien inspired artist Ruth Lacon will be exhibiting her artwork and attending throughout. Her wonderful style contrasts dramatically to that of Ted Nasmith and reflects a more mediaeval and eastern style. Her works are seen in many decent Tolkien books, the most famous is the Tale of Gondolin.
This exhibition is an opportunity to meet the artists and discuss the styles, mediums, and effects and enjoy the large selection of art. There will also be large information and biographic displays on JRR Tolkien and the artists. Tolkien literature and antiquarian books, new books, memorabilia and games will also be on display.
The exhibition will also have a program of Tolkien associated events bringing this experience to life, including, Music (live Tolkien song cycles), Readings, Quiz, Tour Guide and Educational Talks by Tolkien experts. The Tolkien society will also be attending providing information on membership. (Highly recommended for Tolkien fans).
Entry is free and complimentary refreshments will be served, it should be a marvellous experience and I hope you can come along. The Redesdale Hall is a wonderful and large old building in the centre of Moreton in Marsh, oak panelled, stained glass and very atmospheric. Situated in the Heart of the Shire with nearby landmarks that inspired or involved JRR Tolkien, a free tour guide will give visitors the opportunity to discover The Rollright Stones (Barrow Downs), Broadway Tower, Dormston (Bag End), Buckland, Three Farthing Stone, Warwick (where Tolkien was married), Chipping Campden & Oxford.
Moreton in Marsh has free and easy parking, it is 30 minutes north of Oxford, 50 minutes from Birmingham, and around 90 minutes from London, the Redesdale Hall is a very short walk from the station on the London Paddington main line. We have many UK and overseas visitors attending and Hotel accommodation is going fast. I would recommend early booking at The Redesdale Arms Hotel (+44 (0) 1608-650308), The Bell Inn (+44 (0) 1608-651688) or the Manor House Hotel (+44 (0) 1608-650501).
I look forward to seeing you in May, Pieter Collier from the Tolkien Library will be there for the weekend.
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