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    Tony Heathershaw


    The Waterworks
    Sutton Poyntz
    Dorset DT3 6LT

    About Tony Heathershaw

    Mostly self-taught, Tony Heathershaw took up painting following a career in physics and oceanography. A lifelong involvement with the sea, ships and small boats has led to a preoccupation with seascapes, harbour scenes and other marine subjects. He works mostly in watercolour but experiments from time to time with mixed media. His work has featured prominently in local exhibitions in recent years and he hopes to build on this success through the Artwey initiative.

    Tony lives and works in the village of Sutton Poyntz, on the outskirts of Weymouth.

    Along with other artists he has participated in the Artwey Open Studios events, staging exhibitions of paintings and prints at the Wessex Water Museum of Water Supply, situated in the heart of the village just beyond the Mill Pond.

    Undertakes occasional commissions.


    Tony Heathershaw


    Tony Heathershaw - Diary


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    Artwey September Open Studios in Weymouth and Portland 2010

    About the Exhibition

    Three artists will be staging an exhibition of prints and paintings.

    Works in oil, acrylic, watercolour and mixed media will be on display and available for purchase, along with prints and cards. There is a large car park at the Museum and refreshments are available at the nearby Springhead Pub, beside The Mill Pond.

    OPEN : Saturday 25th & Sunday 26th September 10.30am to 4.30pm

    Directions, Parking and Accessibility

    The Waterworks Museum is situated in the village of Sutton Poyntz off the A353/A352 Weymouth to Wareham road. On arriving in the village, take the right hand fork up to the Mill Pond and past the Springhead Pub on your right. The Museum lies about 100 metres straight ahead.

    Visitors should park in the car park behind the Museum (or on the road outside if this is full) and follow signs to the exhibition.

    Accessibility Rating: 4/5 (Access is via a gentle slope to the front door.)