“SOMERSET Art Weeks plays an invaluable role in championing and celebrating a great range of work by Somerset artists” according to patron Kevin McCleod of TV’s Grand Designs.

This year is the silver anniversary festival and Polden Hills is celebrating in style. With four fascinating and varied opportunities out of 135 or so venues, the delightful Polden Hills village of Moorlinch will be a rewarding destination for art-lovers.

Spring Farm in Moorlinch provides a picturesque setting for three artists. One of those is Anne Farmer, who has shown vivid watercolour landscapes reflecting the beautiful Somerset countryside since 2004.

The second is Pam Martin who now produces and teaches textiles and stitch work in the majestic barn studio.

And finally, Paul Larner, who although part of an internationally recognised and long-established glass-producing team, is new to Somerset Arts Weeks. At Holy Tree Farm Janet Leverick will be displaying her vibrant watercolours and acrylics.

For more information visit somersetartworks.org.uk