At the end of March invitations will be been sent out to “Burning Ambition” – a show of 16 new sculptures and some 20 new drawings all based around the Icarus myth which will run at Lavenham Hall from 13th May to 28th May. This is the most significant show I have ever done and the first time I have exhibited and unveiled a whole body of new work all together. There is a detailed catalogue available on request (see Contact Me) which includes an essay by me about the work and a review of it by Richard Humphreys who was a senior curator at Tate Britain for many years. All the work is within the Portfolio section of the site (see the “Icarus” category under the “Subject” filter).
The exhibition is dedicated to the team at Addenbrooke’s Hospital to whom I owe so much and we will be raffling a picture during the exhibition to raise money for the Hospital.
An exhibition by Nick Hurst from Friday 27th October to Sunday 5th November we will be hosting an exhibition of wildlife photography by Nick Hurst. Nick is a member of the emergency services who has developed a passion for wildlife photography as a release from the pressures of that role. His work was recently commended in the Amateur Photographer of the Year competition, (APOY 2017); and he has been published in the national media, (Daily Mail, Express), together with other specialist publications including the National Wildlife Trust and BBC Springwatch. This will be his first exhibition with 23 limited edition prints on show and the show will be open daily from 10:30 – 5:00 7 days a week (11:00 to 4:00 on Sundays) at our gallery on Lavenham High Street – 98-99 The High Street, Lavenham, CO10 9PZ – next to The Swan hotel.
“SEASONS & SHADOWS” An exhibition with Roy Connelly
The next exhibition at Lavenham Hall will be “Seasons & Shadows” – an exhibition of paintings by Roy Connelly with Kate’s sculptures. Roy is Suffolk based and paints in the open air – “En Plein Air” – working quickly to capture the light and atmosphere of what he sees in front of him. Most of his work is completed in a single sitting and his subject matter includes both local landscapes and vistas further afield. The exhibition will run from Saturday September 16th to Sunday September 24th with a preview party on Friday September 15th. Attached is a link to an article about Roy’s work in the recent art press. Click Here
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