Suffolk is an inspiring county! Find Art Exhibitions on across Suffolk in our month-by-month guide.
Art Exhibitions Suffolk September 2017
Saturday 9 September to Sunday 1 OctoberArtworks Annual Exhibition
10 am to 5pm daily
Blackthorpe Barn, Rougham, Bury St Edmunds, IP30 9HZ
In September the magnificent 14th Century Blackthorpe Barn hosts the Artworks annual exhibition. Artworks, a group of 30 East Anglian artists adorn the medieval walls with new creations, from the tranquil and traditional to the electrifying and experimental. Now in its 18th year, the Artworks exhibition and its members are constantly developing, embarking on new pathways to map out original and exciting journeys.
Alongside the exhibition you will find:
Demonstrations by daily artist-in-residence
A shop supplying smaller gifts and cards.
A cafe with refreshments and home-made cakes
Mini-artwork prize draw in aid of Artworks annual charity and schools'' outreach programme.
Free entry and parking
Contact: Gillian Crossley-Holland, Chair
Tel: 07715 370121, Email: email@example.com
Monday 18 September to Saturday 14 OctoberChristopher Ryland-Recent Watercolours
9.30 am - 5.00pm Mon - Sat
The John Russell Gallery, 4-6 Wherry Lane, Ipswich, IP4 1LG
Christopher Ryland has been developing his use of watercolour for many years, and has been for twenty years our only dedicated watercolour flower painter. His approach is one of careful spontaneity. A painting becomes almost like a complex jigsaw where, if things go well, the final application completes the picture. In May he was fortunate to be invited by Susan Witt to paint some of the irises she has grown in her garden in the village of Glemsford. The finished painting 'Glemsford Irises' gives an experience of being there as much as showing the extraordinary irises. He is honoured to be invited through the Society of Botanical Artists, to exhibit in a forthcoming exhibition called 'Tulipomania' at the Madrid Botanical Gardens, 20th March-20th May 2018. This exhibition is designed to record the craze for tulips which took place in Europe and the Netherlands in the 17th century. Christopher has always admired still life paintings by Chardin, Giorgio Morandi and, more recently, Euan Uglow. Many of his own are in this exhibition. Recently he has been experimenting with the structure of steps and placing pots and vases on different levels. At least one of the steps paintings can be seen in the exhibition.
Christopher Ryland graduated from Goldsmith's College in London in 1972. He was elected a member of the Society of Botanical Artists in 1995, winning the President's Award at the annual exhibition in Westminster in 2001 and the St.Cuthbert's Mill Award in 2007. Exhibitions have included The Barbican, The Royal Horticultural Society, The Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour and The Medici Galleries. Much of his work is licensed by the Bridgeman Art Library and his paintings have featured in many publications, books and magazines. He has also been the subject of a biographical article in Country Life magazine, and a feature in Leisure Painter magazine. His last solo show here was in 2014, so we welcome Christopher Ryland for another exhibition of new stunning flowers in watercolour.
Friday 22 September to Tuesday 26 SeptemberA Feast Of Colour
10.30am - 5.00pm
The Pond Gallery, Snape Maltings, Saxmundham, IP17 1SP
Exhibition & Sale of Paintings & Prints plus Cards and Gifts by 3 local Artists, Jane Cochrane, Christine Lester and Claudia Myatt. This colourful exhibition coincides with the Aldeburgh Food & Drink Festival weekend at Snape.
Free Entry but Snape does charge for entry to the Aldeburgh Food Festival.
Workshops and demonstrations throughout the exhibition.
Contact www.claudiamyatt.co.uk for more details.
Thursday 28 September to Wednesday 4 OctoberCOASTLANDS Art Exhibition
10am to 5pm
Aldeburgh Art Gallery, 143 High St, Aldeburgh, IP15 5AN
Visitors to COASTLANDS will be the first to see the captivating creative results of a six month challenge undertaken by nine artists, working in a range of disciplines, mediums and styles, each interpreting Coast & Land in their own unique Fine Art specialism.
Wendy Bailey, Abstract Seascapes & Landscapes, mix media
Sheena Clover, Evocative monoprints & paintings
Elena Fleury-Rojo, Glass Artist creating sculpture in glass
Maggie Harling Sculptor, Textile and Mixed Media artist
Angella Horner FRSA Painter, landscapes floral subjects in oils & acrylics
Karenza Jackson Artist & Printmaker, Artist in Tidal Margins project
Colin McAllister, Cartoonist & Illustrator in black & white, pen & ink
Francesca Ucci, Colourful and bold paintings in acrylic ink
Michele Webber, Watercolour Artist & mosaics: bright, lively, happy
During the week of the art show, all nine artists will each spend a day, at The Aldeburgh Gallery and look forward to welcoming you when you visit the exhibition. The artists look forward to answering any questions you may have about the COASTLANDS exhibition.
For info contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel: 07770 665512
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