John Parker’s students have been given an assignment to produce some pieces of work which morph together the style or subject of two different artists. They will be exhibiting the results on 4th and 5th March in Studio 4. Open 11am-4pm.
The Royal Photographic Society’s Creative Group’s Annual Exhibition of Prints and Projected Images. Saturday 8th to Monday 17th April. Galleries 1 and 2 open from 11.00am to 4.00pm, Wednesdays to Sundays, and open on Easter Monday.
Barry has been involved in photography since the 1950’s, is an Associate of the Royal Photographic Society and a Past President of the Ipswich and District Photographic Society. He is Editor of both the RPS Creative Group magazine and the East Anglian Federation of Photographic Societies Bulletin. Barry has lived in East Anglia for 45 years and for the last 20 years in Hoxne. His main interest is landscape photography, especially monochrome images and he leads the Suffolk Monochrome Group. Barry’s photographic prints are now digitally printed, but in the past all his monochrome and colour work was processed and printed in his darkroom. His passion is the earth and skies of East Anglia, but mainly the skies.
Studio 4 April 8th to 17th, open Wednesday to Sunday and Easter Monday 11am-4pm
One of the highlights of the year at Wingfield Barns is the International Mini Print exhibition. The exhibition, which has been running annually since 1995, is curated by Ian Chance who is currently course director for the MA Creative Entrepreneurship course at the University of East Anglia. The exhibition has been shown annually in L’Etang d’Art Gallery in Bages, France, and at Wingfield Barns in the UK at the same time as in Cadaqués, Spain. The Mini Print International of Cadaqués is the most popular and longest running exhibition of mini prints in the world.
New landscapes with the power of suggestion moving between figuration and abstraction from the mists of East Anglia to the arid plains of Queensland, Australia. Rosemary trained at the Royal Academy Schools in the 1960s and was strongly influenced by Pop Art and the Photo Realists with exhibitions in London and East Anglia. She lectured in Fine Art at Harrow School of Art, Middlesex and the Camden Institute, London. Recent exhibitions include Mandell’s Gallery Norwich and the Harleston & Waveney Art Trail Collective.
John will be exhibiting his work in Studio 4 from 22nd July to 4th August.
We have three exhibition spaces available for hire.
Galleries 1 & 2 and The Great Barn.
Both galleries are modern and spacious with hard maple floors and display lighting tracks.
The Great Barn is available for Event Exhibitions.
We are always happy to discuss specific requirements so please contact us for information including details of hire fees.
For further information Tel:01379 384505 or email email@example.com
© Geoff Doggett
Creating the right mood
© Geoff Doggett
Art in beautiful surroundings