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Annie's Diary ...

This year seems to be galloping away .

My main piece of news is to remind everyone that George’s Barn at Peene is open again now and you can see my latest toby jugs and family tree sculptures on display there.

Timothy Tangleweed has returned to look after the sculpture trail and Horatio Hare has a new pair of spectacles!

The nature’s art club has started again and on May 3rd l will be demonstrating¬† handbuilding techniques as part of our monthly Focus on Craft Events. .Please see the posters below for details.

The beginning of the year has been really busy for me with school visits and workshops. I have also been working hard on the ‘wild ‘part of my garden and hope to invite artists to share painting days with me this summer .If you are interested please don’t hesitate to get in touch. I am happy to give some tuition or guidance or you can just come and do your own thing.

My adopted cat ‘Pusscat’ has been watching me do a sketch for a recent commission. She wants to know when it is her turn as the drawing clearly bears no resemblance to her!!
More news soon......

Contact me by email or telephone 01303 840665.

Look forward to hearing from you.




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Email or telephone 01303 840665

My grateful thanks to Nick Paine for his film making and all his help and support.

The Tangled Trail, George's Barn and The Railway Museum are open week-ends and Bank Holidays from 10am until 5pm.

Look forward to seeing you there . . .

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About Annie

You can see a film of me demonstrating some of my methods by clicking the picture link below.

Annie was born in 1956 in the heart of the Kentish countryside. She grew up loving her natural surroundings and always felt a dedication to creating Painting and Sculpture. After completing her A Levels she moved to London and gained a B.A. Honours Degree studying Fine Art and Photography at Ravensbourne College of Art and Design.

She then worked as a Specialist Pottery Painter in London and subsequently moved to Gloucestershire where she worked as an industrial potter, learning the skills of using commercial pottery equipment.

After pursuing a Post Graduate Course at Sussex University she taught Ceramics, Fine Art and Textiles in several schools.

After teaching for 15 years Annie felt the need to give her own work more dedication as well as offering a retreat for a few of the rejected animals living in local sanctuaries.

Annie’s Studio now sits in the heart of the Kentish countryside - an absolute haven of inspiration for her work.

She works mainly by commission and during the past ten years has worked on a variety of projects including large murals, ceramic sculptures, portraits, personalised pottery and highly decorated loo seats.

Annie is dedicated to producing work of a professional standard but is always ready to instigate some humour into a piece of seemingly serious work.

I am holding one day workshops during the Summer on request, so if you are thinking of booking a creative day - painting or ceramic sculpture - please do it soon as l do get fairly booked up.

Workshops can be for up to six people. Workshop time is £35 per hour plus £5 per person for materials and firing.

Minimum of two hours.

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to call or email me-

Telephone 01303 840665

Annie Begley


Fine Art, Ceramic Sculpture and . . .

Annie Begley


Fine Art, Ceramic Sculpture and . . .

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