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Exhibitions

2018: 24 MARCH TO 23 DECEMBER
Kunsthuis Gallery, Crayke, North Yorkshire: "Open eARTh" exhibition.
This innovative show curated by Cecile Kreemers, gallery owner, brings together work by over a hundred international artists who responded to the call for work expressing their concerns about climate change. I was delighted to have all 3 of my submissions accepted. The PV is Saturday March 24th and will be a day packed with interest.

I have 3 pieces in this show: 'The beauty of Mud', 'At risk: beautiful, barren', and 'Hope: transformation after devastation' which can all be seen in the portfolios on this site.

29 JUNE TO JULY 4: 'DAYS BY THE WATER'
Solo show at the new gallery in Woodbridge, Suffolk: ARTSPACE
Artspace website...

Solo show, Woodbridge, Suffolk.
Solo show, Woodbridge, Suffolk.

























































August 3 to 5 Inspired by Becker Exhibition, Wenhaston Church
Contemporary fine art celebrating the energy and spontaneity of the work of Harry Becker. Over 30 artists' work for sale in this lively show.
IBBAS website


AUGUST 17 TO 23 'LAND MARKS'
Solo show at Studio 90, Rendham, Suffolk.
Gallery site


In addition, examples of my work are usually in stock at the following galleries... but wise to contact the gallery to check, especially if making a long journey.

BUCKENHAM GALLERIES Southwold, Suffolk The gallery site is being updated and currently does not show any of the work they currently have of mine.

AUBREY GALLERY, Great Dunmow, Essex. My page on Aubrey's site

BURNHAM GRAPEVINE GALLERY Burnham Market, Norfolk. Grapevine's site

SKETCH AND CHAT (Inspired by Becker event).

07/04/18

Artists meet up at different sites in Suffolk (mainly but not exclusively), to sketch, chat and have a coffee. Sessions are flexible...come for as long as you like. We vary days so that different needs are accommodated. website

INSPIRED BY BECKER ART SOCIETY

07/04/18

Society and exhibition website

A group of artists dedicated to raising the profile of the artist Harry Becker. website