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  • June 13, 2018 3 min read

    A painting by Ferelith Molteno

    Join us for an exclusive preview of Asian inspired art on Thursday 21st June 6:00PM -  8:30PM

    Between 21st June & 7th July Indigo will be showcasing a selection of artwork. Works featured have been created by artists from Wiltshire & from both across Britain and Europe.

      A selection of antique Japanese paintings

    The Artists

    Ferelith Molteno

    “Inspired by her surroundings when her family moved to Pakistan, Ferelith painted from a young age. For the past 20 years Ferelith and her husband, Tim, have travelled extensively in India where she finds the inspiration for her mixed media collages. She has exhibited in London, Hampshire, Scotland & India."

    A work by Ferelith Molteno

    Mary Morgan Morton

    “Studying textile design at Leeds, Mary went on to work for Dorma Textiles, allowing her to direct her creativity. Her caring nature got the better of her and she spent much of her life as a probation officer in south London. This only encouraged her creativity and while working with young offenders to enter art competitions, she entered herself and won. Having now retired, Mary now devotes as much time as possible to painting, taking part in Marlborough Open Studios & working with other artists in Wiltshire.”

    Gill Marriner Edwards

    “Gill has found inspiration in the idea of the layering of time, sometimes using collage, script and gold leaf to create abstracted forms. She is interested in Middle and Far Eastern Art and Design with its emphasis on tradition and historical references. Prominent themes in Gills works are beauty in decay and creating a visual history, the layering of years revealing and uncovering the influence of the human need to mark, adorn and often destroy that which has come before.”

    Inspired by Indigo, by Gill Marriner Edwards

    Annie Glueck

    “Creating art and teaching have been Annie's two main passions throughout her life. Since her retirement from teaching, and her move to France, art has become her focus. She is fascinated by the theory of synaesthesia; the relationship between music and colour. Canvases express the direct reaction to the music played whilst she paints. In her most recent collection, Annie has found inspiration in historical Chinese porcelain painting."

    Koi - By Annie Glueck

    Bryony Cox

    “Bryony has sent much of her life breathing in the day to day experiences of Sri Lanka and then India. Her focus is on people, following their own story. This is something that she's keen for each viewer of her art to see. Beauty is in the small moments of stillness; it is capturing these moments in the constant flux of India & modern life is a challenge that drives Bryony each day.”

    Detail from a work by Bryony Cox

    Charles Rodwell

    “Having travelled America, Australia and the Far East in the early 1980's equipped with only a backpack and a paint box, Charles found himself continually revisiting India and Sri Lanka. Charles creations are often large landscapes and colourful figure compositions, drawing clear inspiration from his travels.”

    A watercolour by Charles Rodwell

    Prue Swindells

    “Born in Calcutta, Prue grew up surrounded by the British Raj and to this day India is deeply intertwined within her. Having settled in Pewsey, she is still inspired each day by India. The vibrant colours and harsh eastern light have an evident influence on each piece she creates. Prue also takes part in Marlborough Open Studios”

    Find us

    Dairy Barn
    Manningford Bruce, Wiltshire SN9 6JW
    tel: 01672 564722


    Opening Hours:
    Monday - Friday 9 am to 5 pm
    Saturday 10 am - 4 pm
    Sunday & Bank Holidays Closed
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    Turn off  the M4 at junction 15 towards Marlborough
    At Marlborough take the A345 in the direction of Pewsey
    Carry on through Pewsey & after 2-3 miles you will come to Manningford
    The Indigo Warehouse is on the left shortly after the signpost for Manningford on the A345
    Satnavs will try to take you off the A345 - ignore them!
    The journey from London takes approx. 2 hours.


    Take the M3 heading West
    After Basingstoke take the A303 Westbound.
    At the Countess Services Roundabout take the A345 North
    At the Woodbridge Inn roundabout turn right staying on the A345, following the signs to Pewsey.
    Go through Manningford staying on the A345 (approx 1mile)
    Indigo is on the right (a long red brick farm building)
    Satnavs will try to take you off the A345 - ignore them!
    For the technically minded our gps map co-ordinates are:

    51°19'16.8"N 1°47'49.2"W


    By Train
    We are about 1 hour from London Paddington Station. Our nearest station is Pewsey less than 10 minutes away.
    We can collect you from the station by prior arrangement

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