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Exhibitions - Spring 2019
Caroline McAdam Clark –
28th February to 6th March
The Aldeburgh Literary Festival Artist this year is Aldeburgh-resident Caroline McAdam Clark. Her haunting images of the coast and country will be on display at The Aldeburgh Gallery in the High Street throughout the Festival.
Sarah Muir Poland and Sara Johnson –
7th March to 13th March
Take 4 – 14th March to 20th March
A new art exhibition four artists working different media to express themselves.
Ben Baglio: Ceramics
Tobias Ford: Sculptures in steel
Henri Villiers: Printing and textiles
Brian Coetzee: Mixed media painting/printing and textiles
Joy Wilson – 21st March to 27th March
Fresh Paint - Suffolk born and based Contemporary Artist my inspiration for my work is from the natural world and the landscape around East Anglia.
Hodder and Hemming – 29th March to 3rd April
A life through rich colour
Elizabeth Hodder enjoys painting scenes and still life that reflect those activities that give the most pleasure in life:- friendship, reading, gardening, walking in the countryside. The paintings highlight corners where the eye has rested on favourite things which demand to be remembered through rich, colourful and exhuberant paintings. There are many in this show.
Patricia Lomax, Val Hampson and Wendy Barlow – 04th to 10th April
Patricia - Abstracts with verve and colour
Val - Acrylics in a variety of compositions
Wendy - Tablescapes are my current passion.
Anna Mac, Brie Harrison and Buzz Mitchell – 11th to 17th April
Paintings by Anna Mac, prints by Brie Harrison and drawings by Buzz Mitchell.
David and Helen Riches –
18th to 24th April
After he studied graphic design at Norwich School of Art, David ran his own successful design practice, Visible Edge for 18 years in the City of London. He now divides his time between Saffron Walden in Essex and Walberswick in Suffolk, painting both people and landscapes from life. Working in oils, David combines impasto technique with strong graphic composition, striving to capture the movement and changes inherent in plein air painting. His work features paintings of the wild Suffolk Coast and the gentle hills of North Essex.
The show will also feature a selection of works by Helen Riches who specialises in still life and landscapes inspired by a love of horticulture and the natural world.
Eastern Edge – 25th April to 1st May
Eastern Edge: Patricia Davidson, Fiona Shreeve, Bill Ungless and Bill Haward interpret the character of this area with
their own visual preoccupations in drawing, collage, monoprints, acrylics, oils, reliefs and ceramics.
Ruth Bunnewell – 2nd to 8th May
Tony Hatt – 09th to 15th May
Tony has been painting local scenes in watercolour for many years but many of his paintings are inspired by his experiences of sailing around Britain and Europe and the sea and boats feature heavily in his work. He is fascinated by the elusive imagery of reflections on water and his seascapes, coastal and river scenes explore the light and atmospheric effects of the marine environment.
Myra Banga, Jane Bottery, Julie Liebling and Fin Robinson – 16th to 22nd May
An exhibition by four friends from a Fine Arts Degree course, drawn together by a passion for the sea and coast, but distinct from each other in their artistic vision and in the media and techniques through which it is expressed.
Guy William Eves – 23rd to 29th May
Outstandingly beautifuly drawings. Stunningly detailed and exsquisitly obseved botanical works. Silver-Gilt Medallist - RHS London Botanical Art Show 2015 for an exhibit of The Black & White of Colour. Member and tutor, Society of Botanical Artists, Fellow of The Chelsea Physic Garden Florilegium Society and appears in its publication, ‘Botanical Illustration from Chelsea Physic Garden’ and is the Editor of their Newsletter. His work appears in “The illustrated College Herbal - Plants from the Pharmacopoea Londinensis of 1618” celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Royal College of Physicians, published May 2018. He is a tutor for their Distant Learning Diploma Course and is also the contributor on the drawing techniques chapters of a new book “Botanical Painting with the Society of Botanical Artist” published August 2018.