Aldeburgh Gallery

Aldeburgh Gallery

Exhibitions 2019

Aldeburgh Gallery hosts exhibitions throughout the year. Please select a season from the list below.

Spring 2019

Summer 2019

Autumn 2019

Winter 2019

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Exhibitions - Winter 2019

Kate Martin and Jane Hewlett Kate Martin and Jane Hewlett Jane Hewlett and Kate Martin – 17th to 23rd October

Based in Suffolk Jane paints from her studio overlooking the river Deben in Woodbridge. An integral aspect of her work is the texture which she creates by applying to the boards (on which she paints) up to 7 layers of her hand made rabbit skin gesso. This enables her to produce a distinctive impasto and wonderfully textured surface on which to paint, thus giving the colours a special clarity and warmth. The bases of her paintings are created from her plain-air sketches in watercolour which are then abstracted and reduced to their essential structures and colours.

 

Jane RandsTyger Tyger The Rite of Spring Cindy Lee Wright and Jane Rands – 24th to 30th October

Following on from their successful show in June, Cindy Lee Wright and Jane Rands are back with their pre-Christmas show. From 3d artwork cut from wood, to delicate watercolours on aged linen. From the twelve days of Christmas to Aldeburgh beach scenes and of course, for them both, a celebration of our precious wildlife in wood, linen, paint and paper.

Mexican Art – 31st October to 13th November

Inspired by the Mexican Day of the Dead, with paintings of Mexico by Karen Cooley, prints by Vicky Johnson, cushions, ceramics, bed-linens, jewellery, original Huichol embroidered art works and figures, furniture and cacti. This is an exciting and colourful show to brighten up your winter days.

Traces – 14th to 20th November

Lori Jay Donaldson, Karin Bourne, Gillian Warner and Sheila Frankland present their pre- Christmas exhibition featuring Acrylic and Oil paintings, Collage, Mixed Media and Textile Art. In addition, a sales table will include cards and small gifts.


Save the ChildrenSave the Children picture sale  – 22nd to 24th November

Do you have unwanted pictures you would like to sell or donate?  Are you looking for something different for yourself or a gift?  There will be pictures by established artists in the sale, as well as others lesser known, and an opportunity to bid at the inaugural auction held on Thursday 21st November between 6 - 8 pm. Open daily 10 - 4 and 10 - 1 on Sunday.

Enquiries to: msmyers@btinternet.com, msmyers@btinternet.com, eleanore5@waitrose.com, cfwalker18@hotmail.com, anneprevetts@gmail.com

Edward W Cooper Edward W Cooper Edward W Cooper Edward W CooperEdward W Cooper  – 28th November to 4th December

Recent plain-air paintings, drawings and life model studies.

Edward W Cooper is an artist and art teacher living and working in and around his home town of Ipswich, Suffolk.

Pat Lumb, Kay Nightingale and Michael HughesPat Lumb, Kay Nightingale and Michael Hughes – 5th December to 11th December

Pat Lumb, Kay Nightingale and Michael Hughes return to the gallery with a show of new work in watercolour, acrylic, mixed media, pastel and oils.

 

Sara JohnsonChristmas Collective  Show  – 12th December to 29th December