Suffolk is an inspiring county! Find Art Exhibitions on across Suffolk in our month-by-month guide.
Art Exhibitions Suffolk September 2015
Wednesday 2 September to Sunday 27 SeptemberMy Blue Heart Art Exhibition
9.00am-5.00pm. Launch Night Sunday 6th September 6-8 pm
Art Exhibition run by recently formed charity MY BLUE HEART. Proceeds going to CLIC Sargent, children's cancer charity. Launch Night Sunday
6th September 6-8 pm. Bereavement session Tuesday 8th September 11am - adults 4 pm - children. Silent Auction Friday 25th September
Free of charge
Contact: Susan Mccrea Tel: 07818 508011 Email: email@example.com
Venue Address: The Apex, 1 Charter Square, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk. IP33 3FD
Saturday 5 September to Saturday 19 SeptemberHarry Becker Exhibition
The Little Gallery, Halesworth
This year marks the 150th anniversary of Edwardian Artist Harry Becker's birth. A mixture of around 20 of his watercolours and paintings will be on display, from two private collections.
The work will range from small lively sketches of men at work and farm animals to larger watercolours plus there is an interior study and simple figure sketches.
To find out more please visit: The Little Gallery
Saturday 5 September to Sunday 27 SeptemberArtworks 16th Annual Exhibition
10am to 5pm daily
Annual Exhibition of New Contemporary Artworks by East Anglian Artists in spectacular medieval barn.
There is also a cafe for refreshments and a shop selling small unique artworks, original prints, drawings and paintings, greetings cards and artist postcards.
Contact: Secretary, Christine Dovey on
firstname.lastname@example.org or 01359 221404 or see: www.artworksinfo.org.uk
Venue Address: Blackthorpe Barn, Rougham, Bury St Edmunds, IP30 9HZ
Sunday 6 SeptemberArt on the Prom
68 Ranelagh Road
Art on the Prom, one of Suffolks annual calendar highlights, is expected to draw in over 20,000 visitors to Felixstowes historic seafront promenade. The contemporary art exhibition is free to the public and aims to encourage people to experience the joy of making and selling art. From 10am on Sunday 6th September the public will also have the opportunity to see the supersized deckchair installation created by one of the artists, Ruth Richmond, specifically for the event. Due to popular demand the opening hours have been extended this year.
Visitors will be able to view and purchase some of Felixstowe and Suffolks finest work from local artists. Now in its 12th year and with over 80 stalls this years event is expected to draw thousands to the region.
Over 100 hundred artists will be showcasing a wide range of paintings, ceramics, photography, glass, jewellery and textiles. The organisers hope the quality and commitment to art in the region inspires all those who attend not only to consider buying art but also to have a go themselves, with free workshops open to all ages lead by qualified artists. Visitors can turn their hand to mono printing, mosaics, 3D picture postcards, clay tiles, cardboard models and painted flags and banners.
There is a range of entertainment on offer including the Tutti Frutti voices and, new this year, Mambo Chutney who will perform jazz flavours from around the world. The Ipswich Hospital Band and Felixstowe Strings will also be performing. A blacksmith and a weaver will be demonstrating their skills live whilst the notorious stilt walkers cannot be missed. In addition the spectacular Team Spirit cheer leaders will be entertaining the crowds.
The event is wheelchair accessible and there are facilities to support those with disabilities.
Contact - 01394 671033 or email@example.com
For further information on Felixstowes enticing exhibition visit Art on the Proms website: www.artontheprom.org
Venue Address: 68 Ranelagh Road, Felixstowe, IP11 7HY
Friday 18 September to Thursday 24 SeptemberDramatic Suffolk Oil Paintings by Roy RodgersTop
Open Daily - 9.30am-5.00pm
Kenneth Clarke once said the most important thing about painting is that it must be life enhancing. To live with a painting by Roy Rodgers is a life enhancing experience, as he always shows us his way of seeing the world. He reveals the world to us, he celebrates the world and he communicates that celebration to us.
-Ken Howard O.B.E. R.A.
Venue Address: Snape Maltings, Snape, Suffolk. IP17 1SR
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