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Wine Tastings & Events

Get to know us and our wines better at one of our upcoming events

Mon – Sat 10–7

Why not check out our artists next time you’re at the cellars, as well as the events we have in conjunction with the Bristol Film Festival.

Nick Bethell

Where is the fun in copying? My paintings have a degree of separation from their subject matter. I paint from my experiences and memories rather than from life or photographs which makes my work both more personal yet more open and expressionistic. I have a free approach to my canvases and simply enjoy myself in the purest way I can while evolving layers and techniques within each piece. My constant obsession with the calmness of blue balances the more explosive expression of movement within my work.

Sally Coulden

Through my paintings I am exploring my personal transition from the contained complexity, both physical and psychological of the corporate world into one of non-containment and freedom of self-expression. Influenced and inspired by the Abstract Expressionists of the 1940’s. My work is free of explicit politics and works to abstract perceived figurative complexity whilst delivering expressive and emotional imagery. Gestural mark making and line is pivotal to express spontaneity and energy. My preference is to work with a strong colour palette on large surfaces, artists such as Patrick Heron and John Hoyland provide stimulus and insight into large scale, bold use of colour.

Victoria Y-J

Victoria Young Jamieson is an artist based in Dorset. Her abstracted, multi-layered studies in ink, acrylic and watercolour are evocative of the vibrant land and seascapes which inspire her. Young Jameison’s bold canvases and works on paper recount explorations around the rugged coast of her native Cornwall, the rolling moorlands of Scotland and the hot deserts of the USA. Travel plays a key role in Young Jamieson’s practice and her art work is a visual journal of these experiences.

Lydia Wooldridge

Lydia creates magnetic drawings by suspending iron filings in a substrate - a technique she personally developed during her undergraduate degree. The drawings are formed by arranging and layering ferrite magnets to create complex patterns. Permanently suspending the iron filing reveals the intricate patterns created by magnetic field lines.

If you’re interested in hiring the Cellars or arranging a private event, please call our Customer tastings manager on 078 258 782 56, email events@averys.com or pop into the Cellars to discuss your individual requirements.