Katherine Barney Ceramics – 2nd to 8th September
Bright, quirky hand painted ceramics using flowers, birds, nature as inspiration.
She sells her work at Holkham Hall, Wiveton Hall and Jarrolds in Norwich.
Peter Ward Online Ceramics – 9th to 15th September
Online Ceramics Gallery represents forty of the UK’s leading contemporary ceramic artists and potters. From Mousehole in Cornwall to Edinburgh in Scotland Online Ceramics visits the artists in their studios and selects a representative cross section of their work for the gallery. All the artists have a minimum of 10 years professional experience and many of them have been making for over 40 years.
Steve Higton – 16th to 22th September
Stephen Higton is a Suffolk based impressionistic, landscape and seascape artist, working in traditional oil paints. His love of the East Anglia coast is depicted in his atmospheric paintings of the area.
Take 4 – 30th September to 6th October
A new art exhibition by four local artists Brian Coetzee, Tobias Ford, Ben Baglio and Henri Velliers working in different mediums paintings, digital silks, steel sculptures, ceramics and silk screen prints in order to express form and using the Suffolk Landscape as inspiration.
An exhibition not to be missed.
Conversations with the Land – 7th to 13th October
This is an exhibition by the Traces Group – including Sheila Frankland, Gillian Warner, Karin Bourne and Lori Donaldson.
Their new work is in several mediums including acrylic and oil and wax paintings, drawing, collage, print making and stitch. The focus is on the landscape of East Anglia and their personal responses to it.
David Elliot – 14th to 20th October
Working locally and at Heatherley’s Art School in London, David’s engaging oil paintings celebrate the traditional preoccupations of all figurative artists ; value, form and colour in landscapes, still life, and portraiture.
Twelve Printmakers – 21st to 27th October
Twelve Printmakers is an established group of printmakers first formed in 1984. The aim of the group is to produce high quality handmade images using a full range of recognised print making techniques both in limited editions as well as one-off unique images.
The group is based in East Anglia, centred along the Essex/Suffolk border with close links to Gainsborough’s House Print Workshop in Sudbury and the Colchester based print studio at Cuckoo Farm. All the prints are conceived and carried out by the artist working directly on the block, plate or screen from which the print is made.
Twelve Printmakers are Sally Burch, Sally Freer, Mel King, Terry Kubecki, Kit Leese, Lucy Perry, Anthony Searle, David Stone, Julia Vezza, Bryan Whiteley and Alan Woods.