Grand unveiling at 6:30pm on 4th December 2018 of Sarah a large piece of artwork, especially created by Sarah Cannell for Beccles Library, it’s made specifically for an old inset window space in a corner of the library. Should work like you are looking through a window onto a bright landscape.
There will also be a pop up exhibition of her works from 5pm.
Issue 1 of a new magazine published by the Ferini Art Gallery, Pakefield. Its available for collection at the gallery. Articles by Will Goodman, Ruth McCabe, Patricia Peters and Hugh Davies
The Waveney & Blyth Arts 2018 Annual General Meeting will be held on Wednesday 28th November at 3.30pm . The meeting will be preceded by three guest speakers starting at 3.30pm. The meeting will be held at Waveney Heritage Centre, Grove Road, Brockdish IP21 4JP. The afternoon’s activity will conclude at 4pm. Please see Waveney and Blyth website for details for obtaining tickets.
The Artist “ATM” has recently completed a mural on the wall of Smiths Timber in Oulton Broad, Lowestoft, Suffolk.
The mural depicts a threatened british wild bird (a Marsh Harrier) , a consistent theme of the artist. The mural has been funded by Suffolk Wildlife Trust as part of its Carlton Marshes project. Expect further murals by ATM in Lowestoft in the future.
More info on the artist at http://atmstreetart.com
More info from Suffolk Wildlife Trust at https://www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org/news/new-street-art-trail-will-celebrate-wilder-side-lowestoft
Lowestoft artists Mark Burrell and Dave Gooch will be exhibiting their work at Skippings Gallery in King Street, Great Yarmouth.
The exhibition runs from Monday September 17 for two weeks until Sunday September 30, 10-4pm most days.
Lisa Hurcum and Hugh Davies held an exhibition of their prints at the Fisher Theatre in Bungay during July and August 2018
Easterly Artists formed in Spring 2018 to support a group of local artists to promote their open studios events.
Five local artists studios were open to the public and a leaflet was produced and distributed to advertise the event. The studios each received over 50 visitors and the success prompted the Easterly artists group to work together in the future.
Download Easterly open studio leaflet