b'DUNCHURCHG KHINGLENOOKIJaine ThorntonWeeksGSCULPTUREI use discarded and rusty materials for my main palette to build animals, creatures and expressive characters who all have an interesting backstory to tell. Julia SandersHTEXTILES07532 email@example.comJulias most recent textile pieces show her developing interest in the use ofrecycled materials, natural dyes, applique and stitching to produce functionaland creative pieces. Exhibiting as part of the Art in Dunchurch group.Libby BessIILLUSTRATION firstname.lastname@example.orgPen and ink illustrations of intricate patterns and figures, inspired by Japanese Manga and tattoo art, and embracing body diversity. I am excited to be part ofArt in Dunchurch for my second year along with many other talented artists. JMagdalena EdwardsJPAINTINGwww.warwickshireopenstudios.org/MEartNature email@example.comI mainly paint versatile, colourful and dynamic British wildlife. If you look closely,just like us humans, all my animals have their own characters and different storiesto tell. I hope you share my passion and come along for a closer look at my art.Philippa PowellKPAINTING07710 firstname.lastname@example.orgOnce again I am exhibiting my small oil and watercolour paintings and greetings cards with the multi-talented Art in Dunchurch group. Inglenook, Coventry Road, Dunchurch CV22 6NH62 Next door to the Fosse House Gallery, opposite side of the road to Lucy Locket hairdressers.'