Galina's latest artwork will be on display in May, when artists in Amberley combine forces to form an art hub, joining Open Studios art and SIT Select textile trails to enable visitors to get the best of both worlds without having to trek too far. At Morven, St Chloe, painters Galina Gardiner and Alison Vickery are partnering textile designer Susie Hetherington and sculptor Steve Mansfield to showcase a variety of art work ranging from locally inspired paintings and prints to beautiful driftwood sculptures and rhythmically patterned textiles. Affordable, fine art prints and cards of art works will also be displayed. Immediately opposite, at Little Kestrels, potter Tom Knowles-Jackson (finalist in the BBC's Great Pottery Throwdown 2015) will be displaying his skilfully thrown and glazed pieces. Other Amberley creatives, including Nicki Schmiegelov, Daisy Murdoch, Barbara Spence and Clare Bassett will also be exhibiting at their studios in Amberley. The Art Hub takes place over the weekends of 6-7th and 13th-14th May, from 11am to 6pm. Entry is free. We have produced a leaflet 'Amberley Open Studios' including descriptions of Amberley artists participating in both the Open Studios and the SIT Select textile trails, with their locations plotted on a single map for visitors' convenience. Please feel free to download this leaflet by clicking on the link to the right. Hope to see you there!