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Julie Noles


170 SAOS Open Studios 2019 SAOS Online Shop My work is inspired by local landscapes and my beloved garden.
Living in the Surrey Hills, there are always beautiful scenes to inspire - Heather in Summer, Bluebell woods and Autumns rich tapestry of rich colour are amongst the highlights of my year.
I work from a small studio in the garden.
I am a self taught artist and think the key is to just experiment and enjoy your creativity.
I also do some sessional teaching at the Meath Epilepsy Trust in Godalming.
I have tried so many different mediums and should probably stick to one or two, but then think - LIFES TOO SHORT - JUST CREATE!

The Bungalow

Busbridge Sidings

Portsmouth Road




tel: 01483 428449

mobile: 07949131622



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Julie Noles's work can be seen at:

Arts Festival Weekend

Surrey Hills sculpture garden

Birtley Estate, Bramley, Guildford, Surrey GU5 0LB

25/05/19 27/05/19

10.00 am - 4.30 pm

I will be showcasing new work on the Saturday 25th and Sunday the 27th

The festival is open on the Bank holiday Monday too.
A weekend festival within the Surrey Hills sculpture garden showcasing local artisans.
The festival will include 10 - 15 stalls of local artist selling and demonstrating a range of arts and crafts.

Open Studio

"Woodside" Salmons road, Effingham, Surrey KT24 5QH

Woodside, Salmons Road, Effingham KT24 5QH

Saturday 1st Jun - Sunday 16th Jun

11am - 5.00pm

My fused glass and textiles will be on display in a beautiful garden setting with beautiful ceramics by potter Julia Roberts Brown.
See brochure for details. We are open each weekend and all day on Thursday the 13th June. If you are specifically coming to talk to me I will not be available on the 8th June.

Lovely setting, free refreshments

Rural Life Christmas craft fair

Rural Life Centre

Reeds Road, Tilford nr. Farnham, GU10 2DL

Saturday 16th Nov

10.30am - 3.00pm

To be confirmed
Handmade crafts in the lovely setting of the open air museum. Big variety of craftwork on offer.
Wear wellies and a coat as most of the stalls are either outside or in open buildings. Well worth a visit!