Autumn Exhibition of Bucks Art Society

  |  Published: Sep 22nd 2017

The Best of Buckinghamshire's Artists are descending on Aylesbury once again for their annual Autumn exhibition.


The Autumn Exhibition of the Bucks Art Society (BAS) will take place this year at the Queens Park Centre in Aylesbury from:

28th October to 9th November 2017

        Mon. 30thOctober:Preview evening and Young Artist Award - 6:30pm to 9:00pm. Awards at 7pm.

Open Monday-Thursday 10:00am-4:30pm

          Friday-Saturday 10:00am-4:00pm and 7:00-8:00pm

          Sundays: Closed 

The YAA is an initiative to promote art in schools and encourage artistic activities among younger members of the public. The Young Artist Award is open to 16 – 18 year old art students in the County. BAS invites all schools and colleges in Buckinghamshire to submit work for the autumn competition.

This year’s presentation will awarded by Cav. Romeo di Girolamo. Invitations to the opening night are available from the website (

Featured Artist

This year's featured artist is Kirsteen Holuj. Based at Westbury Art Centre.

Kirsteen creates ceramics which demand attention.  The distinctive shapes, colours and textured surfaces  of her work excite the senses, inviting further exploration.

“The manipulation of clay in the hand and its response is always an exciting experience, the way it can take any form or texture you chose to express – it is like no other material. My inspiration comes from everywhere there is a texture – plants, beaches, seeds, rocks and all landscapes and regular visits to the Isle of Coll in the Inner Hebrides have also had an influence on my work. It is a unique place where all types of weather can happen in one day; bad weather is dark and dramatic and yet when the sun eventually appears the light and colour can take your breath away. It is not always instant or obvious but all these elements direct my work somehow, with a texture, colour, a shape or glaze. “ - Kirsteen Holuj

Kirsteen, photo by Pirjo Keene
some of Kirsteen's work, photo courtesy Bucks Art Society
Some of Kirsteen's work
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