Suffolk is an inspiring county! Find Art Exhibitions on across Suffolk in our month-by-month guide.
Art Exhibitions Suffolk November 2017
Saturday 14 October to Sunday 26 NovemberPrintworks Exhibition
11am - 4pm
Mill Tye Gallery & Arts Centre, 3 Cornard Mills, Mill Tye, Great Cornard, CO10 0GW
The Printworks Exhibition at Mill Tye Gallery will run throughout October and November (Saturdays and Sundays) and features work from renowned and undiscovered talents in the world of screen and lino printing, pottery, textiles and sculpture.
Artists include Alison Coath, Mick Manning, Paul Cleden, Colin Moore, Andy Lovell, Brita Granstrom, Clare Curtis, Hannah Farthing, Carl Newman, Neil Tregear, Hannah Rumsey and Elaine Marshall.
Mill Tye is located in a converted mill building next to Sudbury and Cornard's beautiful water meadows.
Free parking is available in the car park. Free entrance.
Tel: 01787 376796
Monday 30 October to Saturday 25 NovemberKaren Stamper - Acrylic Collage Paintings
9.30am - 5.00pm Monday to Saturday
The John Russell Gallery, 46 Wherry Lane, Ipswich, IP4 1LG
Cambridge based Karen Stamper is a very busy exciting and active collage artist having exhibited throughout the U.K. since her last show here. So we are very privileged to have her returning to the John Russell Gallery, with a new collection, this time with a theme of urban shoreline.
Increasingly, there is a strong abstract element, but there remains recognisable parts that draw the viewer in: the hook of a crane, the bow of a boat, the profile of a mast, all of which plays on the viewer's imagination.
Her work has the overall sense of a painting, but as you look closely you will see that it is skilfully built up using layers of found papers, tissue and acrylic paint. Hers is an intuitive, direct approach that provides freedom to interpret her sketches in a bold and original way, capturing the memory of a place and the sense of human presence, echoing the passing of time.
"I see the beauty in simple scraps, ripped edges, accidental marks and worn surfaces. By simplifying and flattening space with paper shapes, I can recompose, conceal and reveal, deliberately avoiding representational clarity. The interaction of positive and negative shapes, vibrant colours, layers of tissue and found papers all give a sense of unity."
Her paintings capture the vibrancy and colour of boats on a sunny day, the chaotic mix of bright paint, the working machinery around the harbour's edge, and the wear and tear and the individuality of the fishing boats. You can almost hear the lapping of the water and the pinging of the halyards on masts. We once again welcome Karen with her journey in paint and collage, don£t miss the boat with this exciting vibrant and imaginative artist.
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
Wednesday 1 November to Wednesday 29 NovemberTextile Art Group Suffolk Pops Up in Woodbridge Library
Library opening hours
Woodbridge Library, New Street, Woodbridge, IP12 1TD
Work by Textile Art Group Suffolk
Contact: Judith Chestnutt
Saturday 11 November to Saturday 25 NovemberPictures for Christmas Exhibition
10.00am - 5.00pm
ARTSPACE Gallery, Thoroughfare, Woodbridge, IP12 1AL
An exhibition of small works by Ipswich Art Society Members
Contact: Andrew Casey 07979914383
Thursday 16 November to Wednesday 22 NovemberLaura Beardsell-Moore: A brush with nature
The Aldeburgh Gallery, 143 High Street, Aldeburgh, IP15 5AN
An exhibition of paintings by Laura Beardsell-Moore explores the Suffolk landscape - and the human impact on on it.
''A brush with nature'' showcases a selection of work exploring colours, textures and patterns in the local environment to create vibrant and expressive paintings.
Saturday 18 November to Thursday 23 NovemberNature's Footprint
Quay Gallery, Snape Maltings, Snape, IP17 1SP
Suffolks coast, farms, forests and rivers inspire artists Gill Bedson, Tricia Newell and John Garrett. All members of Sudbourne Printmakers, they use techniques including collagraph, drypoint, etching, lino and woodcuts to create original prints that express their inspiration.
Many of Gill's prints are of the animals on the small farm that is her home. She knows each and every one of them and captures their characters in her art. Other subjects spring from the coast and the fishing along it.
Tricia has illustrated many books and other publications before returning to print making. She has an eye for accurate detail, whilst creating prints that are as pleasing as they are varied. She also enjoys pyrographing wooden items which have been turned by John.
John's love of traditional sailing craft and river scenes with reeds and bulrushes is expressed in several media. Many of his prints are of subjects close to Snape.
See Snape Maltings
for venue information.
Saturday 18 November to Monday 20 NovemberWalsham-le-Willows Art & Crafts Exhibition
10 til 6
The Priory Room , The Causeway , Walsham-le-Willows , IP31 3AB
12 artists with links to Walsham-le-Willows show work in their annual selling exhibition in Walsham-le-willows. Artwork includes Metal Sculpture, Glass, Ceramics, Batik, Jewellery, knitting and Spinning, Weaving and Rug Making, Photography and Beautiful Paintings in Oils, Watercolours and Acrylics with Etchings and Printmaking also. With so many different styles of interpretation too, there will be something for everyone to find interest in. Items will be for sale if desired, but initially, just come and enjoy from an artistic viewpoint.
Saturday 25 November to Sunday 26 NovemberCrafty Old Birds' Autumn Exhibition
11.00am - 4.00pm
Poplar Farmhouse, Poplar Lane (behind Holiday Inn - parking next door courtesy of KLH Architects), Ipswich, IP8 3HL
Textile Arts and Jewellery. Sale of work inc. Knitting and Felting, Weaving and Dyeing, Copper, Silver and Origami Jewellery and Textile Jewellery and Mixed Media Art. Also Sheri's Christmas Home Baking to try and buy.
For more info contact Sally Sparrow: 07950 767226 / email@example.com
Saturday 25 November to Sunday 26 NovemberArt Exhibition
Saturday 10am - 5pm, Sunday 10am - 5pm
The Function Room at Bramford Golf Centre, Loraine Way, Bramford, Ipswich, IP8 4JS
An exhibition from local people: artists, wood carvers, lino cuts and Sculptors. Headline exhibitors world renowned Peter Firmin co-creator of Bagpuss, the Clangers and many more. And Sculptor Mary Anstee-Parry
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel: 07810 882138
Saturday 25 November to Sunday 26 NovemberArt Show
10am to 6pm Saturday & 10am to 1pm Sunday
13th Ipswich Sea Scout HQ, The Drift, Rushmere Road, Ipswich, IP4 4JX
Exhibits from local artists for sale throughout the weekend.
If you are interested in Preview Night Tickets (Friday 24 November) please contact 01473 890789
Thursday 30 November to Saturday 25 NovemberBrenda Unwin - Recent Oil Paintings
9.30am - 5.00pm Monday to Saturday
The John Russell Gallery, 4-6 Wherry Lane, Ipswich, IP4 1LG
This will be the second solo exhibition at the gallery of Norwich based artist Brenda Unwin, who we warmly welcome back. She has shown work in private galleries and open exhibitions in and around East Anglia for many years. The artists physical experience of walking in various landscapes and weather conditions is the staring point for Brenda's abstract paintings.
They demonstrate three things; an acute concern for colour relationships, qualities of light and a sense of place. Abstraction allows her to suggest rather than depict. The application of the paint; active or still, transparent or saturated can be equivalents to the reality of noticing shifting light, rock formations, or the fragility of snow. Her oil paintings have an extraordinary luminosity and depth of colour, achieved through a gradual build up of layers and glazes. The colours are precise and deliberate; she can spend a considerable amount of time mixing a particular colour adjusting its saturation, tone, opacity and transparency in relationship to its neighbour's. Colours have to earn their keep! This work is a continuation of ideas developed during a hyttetur, which is Norwegian for cabin tour, but it means more than just the literal translation. Rather it describes a particular type of journey, hiking from one cabin to another, collecting water from streams, heating the cabin, and being self-sufficient far away from civilization. It was profound and memorable, for Brenda the paintings have increased her understanding of that landscape. Her paintings are visual equivalents; they are not snapshots but an accumulation of glimpses, perceptions, understanding and experience. Brenda studied Fine Art at De Montfort University, Leicester and took an M.A. at Norwich University of the Arts. Brenda has recently lost her mother and would like this exhibition to be dedicated to her memory.
Come to view her distinctive abstracted imagination through oil painting that has been created through her walking journey.
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Art Exhibitions Suffolk December 2017
Saturday 2 DecemberThe Stour Studio Christmas Exhibitions
10:00am - 4:00pm
Clare Country Park Centre, Maltings Lane, Clare, CO10 8NW
Six local artists invite you to come along to a Christmas Exhibition. Original Art, Prints, Cards and Jewellery available to purchase, either for yourselves or a special gift!
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