LISTINGS: Artists Open Studios 2011

Around 107 artists and makers will be opening their doors to the public on Saturday, Sunday and Monday, April 30 to May 2, Saturday and Sunday, May 7 and 8, 11am – 5pm (unless otherwise stated).

Sheffield Cathedral, Saturday, 11am – 5pm, Sunday and Monday, 12.30pm-5pm. Catherine Higham, paintings and drawings, Bryan Munsey, self-taught wood-turner, Mark H. Wilson, contemporary landscape paintings in acrylic, Jill Lauriston, hats and other items designed and hand-made in felt, Kay Aitch, mixed media artist working in 2D and 3D, Taylor Le Fin, works in performance, photography, installation and text, Sunday and Monday only);

Quaker Meeting House, Saturday, 11am – 5pm, Sunday and Monday, 12.30pm-5pm. Jacqueline James, hand-woven rugs and wall panels; Shirley Cameron, installations; Panni Poh Yoke Loh, painting and photography; Sam Galbraith, paintings; Marion Haywood, pastels; Deborah Theasby, knitted items; Anne Dent, watercolours of plants; Gill Buttery, portraits and landscapes in oil and watercolour; Susie Tilzey, acrylics on canvas and gouache, watercolours and mixed media on paper;

Exhibition Centre, 112 Pinstone Street. Casper Carr, Leigh Stanford-Redhead spray can artists;

Studio 14, Porter Brook Studios, Yorkshire Artspace, Brown Street. Lynn Carruthers, mixed media; Mark Sidney Evans, abstracts; Studio 15, Porter Brook Studios. Trevor Pollard, paintings on paper; Tim Rose, architecture, street scenes, interiors and portraits in oil and watercolour; Studio 3, Persistence Works, Brian Holland, wood-fired figurative pieces; Zandra, raku ?red ceramic vessels. Studio 6, John Thatcher, hardwood furniture.

Manor Oaks Studios, Manor Lane. Annette Petch, handmade jewellery and small decorative items in silver and gold; Finbar Lucas, furniture from locally-sourced hardwoods.

Bloc Studios, Eyre Lane. Liz Von Graevenitz, mixed media; Stephen Todd, painting, drawing, printmaking and photography-based images.

APG Works, Sidney Street. Rupert Wood, hand-printed screen prints and posters on paper, fabric and board (Saturday only).

11-12 Merchants Crescent, Wharf Street, Victoria Quay. Clare Hawley, contemporary silver and gold ?ne jewellery.

165 Handsworth Road, Handsworth. Angie Hardwick, tiles and ceramic sculptures.

Soft Touch Textiles, 74 Norfolk Road. Sarah Williams, hand-woven rugs, wall hangings, scarves, clothing; Karen Graham, wall-hangings, cushion, bags and clothing.

Portland Works Studios, Randall Street, Sunday and Monday. Mary Sewell, acrylic, oil paintings and photography; Nuala Price, ?ne art photography, abstract painting and 3 dimensional installations.

8 Argyle Road, Meersbrook, Saturday and Sunday. James Green, linocut and etching prints.

50 Upper Albert Road, Meersbrook. Peter York, collograph prints.

Edge 10 Studio, Oakhill Rd, Nether Edge. Kristan Baggaley, landscapes in oils.

13 Clifford Road, Nether Edge. Marion Anniss, textile art

Cherry Tree Studio, 27 Montgomery Avenue, Nether Edge, Sunday and Monday. Penny Withers, functional and sculptural ceramic pieces for the home and the garden.

20 Adelaide Road, Nether Edge. Antonia Salmon, hand-burnished and smoke-?red ceramic sculpture.

9 Banner Cross Road, Ecclesall. Phil Lockwood, acrylics.

37 Banner Cross Road, Norman Cherry, hand-built wood-?red stoneware pots.

67 Bingham Park Road, Greystones, Sunday and Monday. Robert Fisher, conceptual paintings

Feline Tattoo Studio, Hickmott Road, Saturdays only. Fiona Long, internationally-celebrated tattoo artist,

Grange Road, Sharrow. Mark Gamsu, woodcuts; Jane Horton, iPad art, combining drawing, photography, painting and printmaking.

88 Hunter House Road, Hunters Bar. Christine Young, paintings and intaglio prints.

21b Southbourne Road, The Grove, Monday only. Cynthia Dibbo, paintings;

72 Broomgrove Road, Karin Hessenberg, stoneware sculpture and ornaments.

Studio 109, Harcourt Road, Monday. Judith Chamberlain, wet and needle felting, and knitted items; Philippa French, multi-media work using home-made paints and natural materials.

6 Caxton Road, Broomhill. Simon Clements, paintings of landscapes and buildings.

Stitched Up and Fleeced Studio, Nethergreen Road. Sue Lancaster, textile art from wall hung pieces to accessories and costume for performance; Helen Neale, handknitter who both spins and dyes her own yarns and uses traditional techniques to make unique garments.

Hangingwater Studio, Fulton’s Yard, Nether Green Road. Lena Papapanagiotou, paintings in oil colours; Marion Rout, paintings in acrylics and mixed media; JWJ printmakers.

Greenhouse Studio, 47 Slayleigh Lane, Fulwood. Martin Decent, paintings in in oils, acrylic, mixed media and gouache.

Carr Bank View, Nether Green. John Brokenshire, oil on canvas.

71 Cairns Road, Croosspool. Beth Eastwood, printmaking, textiles, drawing and painting and mixed media.

Rock House, 86 Twentywell Lane, Saturday and Monday. Sarah Sharpe, etching and watercolour exploring fairytale, myth and symbol,

Brookvale Cottage, Back Lane, off Queen Victoria Road, Sunday and Monday. Hazel Lale, watercolour, acrylics and mixed media.

Meadow Grove Studio, 49 Meadow Grove, Totley, Sunday and Monday. Steve Elliott, paintings in pastel and mixed media.

38 Rushley Road, Dore. Alison Down, watercolour and mixed media landscapes, townscapes, gardens and plants.

The Lodge House, Natural Health Centre, Howard Road, Walkley, Sunday and Monday. Lesley Lister, textile designer, specialising in contemporary knitted materials; James Lister, luthier, specialising in building classical and ?amenco guitars.

Clarence Works, Burton Road. Sam Dexter, mixed media, paintings, textiles and printmaking; John Clifford, sculpture incorporating video, sound, and documentary photography.

Jacquro Glass, Carr Road, Walkley. Rob and Jackie Young, customised stained and fused glass panels, windows, sculptures and artefacts for homes, gardens and churches.

Carr Road, Walkley. 107, Sue Nichol, painting in oils. ; 109, Cath Dunn, mixed media; 109, Phil Khorassandjian, mixed media;

167 Freedom Road, Walkley. Lizzy Alageswaran, Landscape, portraits and personal imagery; Krishna Alageswaran, ceramics.

13 Hammerton Road, Hillsborough, Sunday and Monday. Jean Luce, paintings in a variety of media inspired by the Yorkshire landscape.

23 Withens Avenue, Hillsborough. Samantha Groom, printmaker, creating mainly woodblock, linocut and monoprints.

Whitehouse Farm, 70 Nethergate, Stannington. Kate Wells, works on paper, canvas, collage and stitch.

99 Glenwood Crescent, Chapeltown, Saturday and Sunday. Gorima Basu, paintings of India.

Spring?eld Farmhouse, Whitwell Lane Stocksbridge. Rachel Poole, stained and fused glass functional objects, windows and sculptural pieces inspired by nature.

Little Castle Designs, Castle Green, Bolsterstone. Sabine Little, glass bead maker and jewellery designer.

38 Haggstones Road, Oughtibridge. Graham Clark, painting in oils, watercolour, acrylics, gouache, pastels.

Studio 19, Linden Crescent, Stocksbridge. Darrell Milnes, studio potter, producing sculptural and functional ceramics.

Studio at Mount Pleasant, Cawthorne Lane, Kexborough, Barnsley. E. Jane Lazenby, questrian and animal art.

Greens House Studio, Greens House, Outseats, Hathersage, Hope Valley. Lyn Littlewood, watercolour and pastels of flowers and landscapes.

Blackberry Barn Studio, Main Road, Bamford, Saturday and Sunday. Andrea Spurling, oil paintings inspired by the natural forms and light in landscape; Brenda Ford, ‘enamelled treasures’; ,Jenny Mater, paintings inspired by unseen elements and hidden sounds of nature; Mary Pearce, large coiled pots and stoneware ?gurative sculptures.

Winter Ash, Ninelands Road, Hathersage, Saturday and Sunday. Debbie Michaels, abstract paintings in mixed media and individually crafted ceramic pieces; Jon Michaels, ?gurative two and three dimensional images through photography, ceramics and direct stone carving.

Summerley Hall, Summerley Lower Road, nr Apperknowle, Dron?eld, Lynne Wilkinson, animal paintings.

Whiston Brook Studio, 31 Moorhouse Lane, Whiston, Rotherham. Liz Churton, semi-abstract mixed media pieces on canvas.

14 Cranleigh Gardens, Adwick-le-Street, Doncaster. Norman Pepper, mixed media, acrylic, oil pastels and soft pastels paintings of landscapes,seascapes and still life.