Welcome to Thame Art Crawl 2019

It is not long until the start of 2019’s Thame Art Crawl, run alongside Thame Arts and Literature Festival.

This year TAL are celebrating their 10th year and Thame Art Crawl will return for its 3rd year, offering an exciting display of artistic talent at 11 locations around Thame town centre.

The event runs from 17 – 19 October.

Introducing our Artists for 2019:

Find out more about each artist here

Lindsay Dutton and Andrea Brewer                          exhibiting at White Stuff

Stuart Feurtado                                                               with a promenade exhibition in the shops along Greyhound Walk

Mandy Bennet                                                                 exhibiting at The Deli at No 5

Gerry Coles and Rebecca Rason Flor Ferreira          exhibiting at Pretty Like Pictures         

Debbie Farrell, Janet Dunkley and Kerry Newth      exhibiting at fitch & fellows

Liz Dury and Satnam Bains                                           exhibiting at AGA Thame

Cate Wise and Muffat Prague                                        exhibiting at FROM

Derek Witchell                                                                  exhibiting at Fat Face

Jackie Birchall                                                                   exhibiting at Robert Stanley Opticians 

Janine Philips and Henry Castle                                   exhibiting at Priestend Farm Barn


A little piece of history

Alongside the artists above, the event will also include the work of James Ward RA 1769 – 1859. Ward was a prominent painter of his time and today pieces of his work can be found hanging in galleries including the Tate Britain. This small exhibition has been curated from a private collection, owned by members of his family who have been living in Thame for many years.

James Ward

To take part, pick up a map from participating venues, and make your way around the town to discover the work of talented local artists in beautiful shops and venues around Thame.