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Exhibitions - Summer 2019
Derek Chambers – 30th May to 5th June
Derek Chambers will be showing some recent work including pieces inspired by his work with the Christchurch Mansion, Ipswich to promote Auguste Rodin’s iconic Marble sculpture The Kiss, at Christchurch Mansions, which will run until 28th April 2019.
Iris Weaver – 6th to 12th June
Line, Form and Colour
An exhibition looking at three elements of art, line,form and colour from present day artists to mid and late 20th century. Over thirty artists represented working in drawings, oils and 3 d including Henry Newcomb, Maggi Hambling, John Bellany, Telfer Stokes, Jonathan Christie, Richard Bawden, Edward Bawden, Eduardo Paolozzi, Mark Hearld , Jonny Hannah and Geoffrey Clarke.
Christopher McElhatton – 13th to 19th June
‘Light and Motion’ an exhibition of oil paintings at the Aldeburgh Gallery by Christopher McElhatton, inspired by the landscape of East Anglia in the changing seasons 13-19th June 2019. For further details about the artist please follow the link. www.chrismacart.co.uk
Alistair Carr – 20th to 26th June
'A Quintessence of Dust: Alistair Carr's solo exhibition of soft pastel works on paper inspired by Suffolk's coastal light (www.alistaircarr.uk). Alistair is a travel author, artist and explorer and his art, like his writing, portrays the essence of wilderness space and place. His drawings and paintings are regularly exhibited, and his work is in numerous private collections.'
Stephen Henderson – 27th June to 3rd July
Stephen’s teenage years were spent shooting and fishing on the marshes, where he developed a keen eye for the movements and habits of wildfowl and fish. Even today, the workshop and studio at his family home look out across those very same marshes, providing a constant source of inspiration. His work may be found in Hotels, Homes and Private Collections around the world.
"My work is inspired by the native shorebirds and fish species of my locality, together with wildlife observed on holidays and travels from around the world. Carving out of pieces of found wood and Eastern White Pine, I mount my work on driftwood and natural weathered timber. I work with themes such as motherhood, courtship and predation, trying to reflect the mannerisms of individual creatures and their personalities.”
Ian Russell – 04th to 10th July
Classic pure watercolours of Suffolk and the Suffolk coast
Print and Stitch Group – 11th to 17th July
The Print and Stitch Group - ‘Tangents’, an exhibition of diverse work from printmakers and stitchers: Clive Barnett, Louise Chick, Jackie Dommett, Verity Franklin, Sally Heydon, Anne Humphreys and Ruth Seabrook.
Lesley Dabson and Penny German – 18th to 24th July
Steve Higton – 25th to 31st July
Steve Higton’s inspirational and masterly depictions of the East Anglia coastline and landscape in oils.
Summer Show – 1st to 21st August
A celebration of Aldeburgh Gallery's twenty fifth year.
Ever since Margaret Currie opened the Aldeburgh Gallery 25 years ago it has been a favourite venue for local and national painters, sculptors, printmakers and crafts people to show their work.
Some stand-out shows include Margaret's brother Richard who exhibited here many times, Jamie Dodds and Helen Napper who exhibited here as part of the Britten Centenary celebrations and Vernon Rose who had work in the gallery for many consecutive years.
This year the Summer Show includes paintings by Justine Lois Thorpe, Sarah Muir Poland and Sara Johnson and ceramics by Felicity Jones
Ink pots – 22nd to 28th August
Artists Jackie Dommet, Anne Cardwell, Simon Kimmins and Ali Tomlin are exhibiting together with a mixed media of collage, print and mosaic, with images inspired by coastal nature.