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Art Exhibitions Suffolk October 2014
Wednesday 10 September to Sunday 12 OctoberLeigh Hunt Exhibition
10 am - 3pm
Stunning abstract artwork by the 92 year old artist Leigh Hunt will be on display at Highwaymans B&B and Gallery
Saturday 13 September to Wednesday 15 OctoberWill Teather, art exhibition
Monday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday 10am-5pm
The Gooch Room, Buckenham Galleries
A significant showing of the Norwich based painters work.
Will Teather is well-known for creating artworks that combine an unusual imagination with a mastery of traditional skills. The artist's paintings often depict curious characters caught up in extraordinary situations.
Teather has featured in over 100 exhibitions and publications internationally, receiving numerous grants, awards and scholarships. He has been awarded spells as Artist-in-Residence for venues in New York, Aberdeen and Norfolk. Work is held in public and private collections in the UK and overseas.
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Venue Address: 81 High Street, Southwold, Suffolk. IP18 6DS
Saturday 4 October to Saturday 25 OctoberWildlife Art of the 20th CenturyTop
10am - 4pm (not open on Sundays expect 5th October)
The World Land Trust Art Gallery
The 20th Century saw the greatest changes in style, presentation and artistic interpretation of wildlife art. The transition form scientific drawings, to painting fauna in their natural habitat, was started mainly by sporting artists in the late 19th and early 20th Century.
After the Second World War the rapid growth in interest in the conservation of the countryside was reflected by the number of artists choosing to paint wildlife subjects. It led eventually to the creation in 1965 of the Society of Wildlife Artists, which became hugely influential in promoting new ideas.
Gone were the analytical images of museum specimens. In their stead came studies and sketches of living animals made whilst working in the field. Habitat and the environment gradually became more and more important, giving the freedom for artists to create their own unique styles.
This exhibition of paintings and sketches shows work by some of the most influential wildlife artists who have inspired many of the young today. Artists will include Archibald Thorburn (1860-1935), Allen Seaby (1867-1953), R.B.Talbot Kelly (1896-1971), Eric Ennion (1900-1981) Ralph Thompson (1913-2009) and Robert Gillmor (born 1936).
Tel: 01986 874422 Email: email@example.com
Venue Address: The World Land Trust Art Gallery, Blyth House, Bridge Street, Halesworth, Suffolk. IP19 8AB
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