“Breathe” is an exhibition of paintings by Georgie Mason – This will be the third exhibition we have held for Georgie – the previous one in 2017 was highly successful. Since then Georgie has continued to develop as a full time artist and we greatly look forward to exhibiting her recent paintings, together with my sculptures in the gallery and garden. The exhibition will be held at Lavenham Hall and will run from 25th April. It will be open daily, closing on Bank Holiday Monday 4th May. There will be a Preview Evening on Friday 24th April. We will be posting invitations to the exhibition in early March. Please e-mail email@example.com if you would like to receive one and are not already on our mailing list.
Kate Denton Exhibition
The second exhibition of the year will be a solo exhibition by me. The exhibition will be at Lavenham Hall and will run from 19th September to 27th September with a Private View opening on Friday 18thSeptember. This will be the first broad exhibition of my work at Lavenham Hall since 2016 as the previous “Burning Ambition” exhibition in 2018 was for the new Icarus-themed work and contained no smaller animal work. I am also looking to produce a number of charcoal landscape drawings inspired by a recent holiday to Cornwall. These will be a new development for me.
Seascapes is an exhibition of paintings by John Waterson – a hugely talented landscape artist from St Neots for whom this is his first gallery exhibition. The exhibition will be held at Kate Denton Fine Art – 98-99 The High Street Lavenham, CO10 9PZ. The gallery, which is next to The Swan Hotel, is shared by Kate Denton and Jonathan Lambert Jewellers. The exhibition will run from Saturday 21/9 to Saturday 4/10, 10:30-5:00. Please note it is not open on Sundays or Mondays. The exhibition will also feature recent sculpture and drawings by Kate.
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