Meet Mark Frith - Tree Portraitist - Part of Tyndale Arts Week

Founded in 2017, Tyndale Arts Week showcases the best work from local artists and makers from the Dursley area. These include painters, photographers, sculptors and those who work in textiles, ceramics, glass, mosaics and much more. 

The work will be exhibited in a collection of shared venues in and around the town.

This year's Tyndale Arts Week will take place during the first week in October (5-6 October)

To download a programme of events click here

Find out what is happening at Tyndale Arts Week by visiting the website here

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Mark Frith - Tree Portraitist

Growing up Gloucestershire, Bafta Award Winning Film maker and Tree Portraitist Mark Frith, developed a huge closeness to the local ancient character - The Great Oak at Nibley Green.

His recently published book "A Legacy of Great Oaks" accompanied the exhibition of the same name at Kew Gardens 2018/19.

Tyndale Arts Week is delighted to host this renowned artist for an evening talking about his career, and his fascination with Gloucestershire's local natural monuments.

This event will take place on 3 October at Kingshill House. 

Tickets can be purchased below: