At Studio 24, in the heart of the Vale of Pewsey, Deborah continues to build on her reputation as a photographer with an eye for fine detail. Each image is carefully crafted; it is not by chance that every element is selected for what it brings to the final composition. Multi—layered flower portraits, incorporating paint washes and lettering, exquisite miniature garden-themed still life images and food photography await Open Studios visitors. To date, Deborah has received 3 Silver medals for flower portraits exhibited at Royal Horticultural Society Autumn Shows. All images are available as framed limited edition prints on fine art paper. 'Collectibles' is a new range for 2017, with each piece of artwork incorporating a 3D element. Intriguing? Come and have a look!
Deborah works professionally as a commercial photographer, with several household names as clients; commissions are welcome.
For those visitors interested in photography, you will be able to have a go at creating an image using a whacky lens (visitor numbers permitting). As usual, there will be sumptuous refreshments on offer and the chance to relax in the courtyard admiring the views to the Alton White Horse.
STOP PRESS: Special Event. There will be a Gardens Walk from 5 – 7pm on Saturday July 8 between the Studio @ the Manor and Maslens Farm. Deborah Husk and landscape designer Michael Balston will be available to answer any questions on their fabulous gardens, and both studios will stay open late. Drinks will be available at each venue.