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BACS payments should be to:

North Norfolk Open Studios

Acct no: 25612462

Sort code: 80 22 60

Bank: Bank of Scotland

Cheques should be made payable to:

North Norfolk Open Studios

and posted to:

Keri Lowe

16 Clarendon Drive, 
Martham
Norfolk
NR29 4TD

Your brochure entry:
Brochure image:
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Artist number:
To be confirmed.
Name:
Jo Pluckrose
Trail:
To be confirmed.
Studio address:
Studio At The Hollies,
The Hollies,
Narborough Road,
Pentney,
PE32 1JH
Tel:
07949 496139
Website:
website: 
Wheelchair access:
NO
Directions:
Studio At The Hollies is located in the centre of Pentney, near the cross roads of Back Lane & Golden Gym and next to Hastings Terrace. Banners are on display roadside.
Description:
'WildWire' sculpture & garden art, unique jewellery & gifts, art & photography and more! Commissions accepted. Refreshments available in my 'WildWire' Garden.
Dates:
25 May
YES
26 May
YES
27 May
YES
28 May
YES
29 May
YES
30 May
YES
31 May
-
01 June
YES
02 June
YES
Your artist's page:

Jo Pluckrose

Note: if you are viewing this on a mobile device there seems to be a glitch where the dates aren't showing properly. I won't be fixing this as the same problem doesn't appear to be happening with actual artist pages that the public see. If you want to check the dates either go to the editing area in the Members' area or have a look at your actual artist page by clicking on your image here

open dates:
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25
May
Su
26
May
M
27
May
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28
May
W
29
May
Th
30
May
F
31
May
Sa
01
Jun
Su
02
Jun
artist number:
To be confirmed
trail:
media:
3D, Craft, Drawing, Illustration, Jewellery, Metalwork, Mixed media, Other, Painting, Photography, Sculpture
website:
Website
website:
Website
mobile:
07949 496139
landline:
01760 337939
address:
Studio At The Hollies,
The Hollies,
Narborough Road,
Pentney,
PE32 1JH
wheelchair
Not accessible by wheelchair
directions:
Leave the A47 via Paws Lane, (between East Winch & the Norfolk Woods Resort). On entering Pentney, follow the road around by Pentney church, (on your left,) past the row of council houses and you will find The Hollies on the left, after 2 bungalows.
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Excelling in maths & art as a child, careers advisors told me back in the 70s, 'Well Miss Pluckrose . . . you could always paint computers!' I did not follow their advice, but chose instead to became apprentice to a small graphic design company, where 8 years of training enabled me to explore photography, design, illustration, writing and even construction, (courtesy of exhibition builds). I became self employed after being made redundant back in 1989, but didn't realise my dream of building my own studio until 28 years later. I draw, paint, photograph, recycle & reimagine, garden, design, sculpt and write; my 'Random Rants & Lyrical Threads', are my mindful musings on life, the universe & everything.

I discovered wire as a medium quite by accident, while mending a cast metal fairy's broken wing, back in 2017 and by 2018, I was designing my own range of freeformed & contemporary wire jewellery, inspired by the organic forms of nature I love. In 2021, my 'WildWire' garden sculptures were born out of the creative & social void that was Covid and my beloved garden, (now my 'WildWire Sculpture & Sensory Garden and Carnivorium',) naturally evolved into an extension of my studio display space. Visitors to my studio are now welcome to spend time relaxing with a cup of tea, (or coffee,) while soaking up the sights, sounds & scents in my small WildWire nature haven.

Each year, I create a magical WildWire installation for Swaffham Church, to compliment their Christmas Tree Festival and last year, Westacre Theatre invited me to exhibit some of my WildWire dandelion sculptures in their beautiful grounds; that collaboration is now ongoing.

As in everything I have done since 1989, I am completely self taught. I have found experimentation promotes ingenuity & originality; it also builds confidence to think outside the box. I no longer worry about the right or wrong way to do something - just find my own way and you can see how that has panned out and how I continue to evolve as a habitual creative, by visiting me in my studio and WildWire Sculpture & Sensory Garden.

Find out more about the WildWire Sculpture Garden at https://www.facebook.com/wildwiresculpturegarden.

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