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Art Exhibitions Suffolk December 2017
Wednesday 1 November to Saturday 23 DecemberWinter Exhibition
Tues-Fri 10:30 - 16:00 and Sat 10:00 - 14:00
The George Farnham Gallery, 6A High Street, Saxmundham, IP17 1DD
A winter exhibition showcasing a delightful and eclectic collection of works from sculptured paper to oils, ceramics, fused glass and hand made brooches, delightful hand made glass Christmas decorations and hand printed linen bags - both large and small. The linen and silk lampshades and cushions hand printed in Norfolk and featuring hares, bees and butterflies are stunning. Watercolours, still life oils, etchings and linocuts are but a sample of the different media on show.
These all make wonderful gifts for all occasions. Remember to mention you saw us in the Suffolk Tourist Guide for a 5% discount on any purchase in the gallery
You are welcome to come in and browse.
Contact: Michael or Gary
Tel: 01728 603308
Web: The George Farnham Gallery
Saturday 2 December to Saturday 6 JanuaryAnnual Christmas Exhibition
10am to 5pm
Thompson’s Gallery, 175 High Street, Aldeburgh, IP15 5AN
Thompson's Gallery Aldeburgh is holding its Annual Christmas Exhibition which includes many of our successful and well known modern and contemporary British artists. Included in the exhibition is works by Edward Seago, John Piper, Fred Cuming, Anne Cotterill and Robert Kelsey to represent the more traditional oeuvre.
To represent a more contemporary feel and reflect the current contemporary art market in the U.K. we have included artists such as Paul Wright, Zheni Warner, Helen Tabor, Terence Clarke, Carl Melegari and the sculptor Angela Hunter.
We are also excited to be exhibiting Karina Paulen, a Norwegian artist whose paintings on large canvases capture a beautiful northern hue and Kate Kato who expresses herself by creating nature inspired sculpture using recycled materials with intricate detail as well as Ben Lowe who includes figurative and landscape elements to provide context and layers of abstraction to capture atmosphere and feelings of emotion. Two highly successful Suffolk artists, Tessa Newcomb and the sculptor Jonathan Clarke have significant pieces in the exhibition. We are delighted to show Jonathan Clarke's sculptures which have recently been acquired from an important collector in the South of France. Jonathan takes inspiration from the abstract and the architectural.
Please contact Devi or Camilla at Thompson's Gallery for further information on 01728 453743
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