Cobbold and Judd Fine Art present an exhibition of works by Dick Lee at the Minories. Dick Lee (1923-2001) is widely admired as an exceptional impressionistic painter, depicting the unchanged beauty of the landscapes of East Anglia and Normandy, as well as a painter of exquisite interiors and still lifes.
Private View Saturday 23rd March 12 – 2.00pm
The Spring Printworks Exhibition runs throughout April and features works from renowned and undiscovered talents in the world of printmaking, pottery, textiles and sculpture and includes exclusive pieces of work that have been created especially for Mill Tye Gallery. Profiled artists include Penny Berry, Sally Freer, Clare Curtis, Hannah Farthing, Kieran Page, Hannah Forward, Alison Coath, Max Angus, Mick Manning, Paul Cleden, Colin Moore, Andy Lovell, Brita Granström, and Elaine Marshall. Open to the public at weekends from 11am-4pm and Fridays from 2.30pm until 6pm. More inf: http://www.milltyegallery.co.uk
PATH: A Celebration of the 25th Anniversary of the Stour Valley Path as part of the River Stour Festival 2019 with artists Norman Ackroyd RA, Neil Bousfield, May Cornet, Jason Hicklin RE, Melvyn King, Kit Leese, Jane Lewis, Sarah Milne, Ruth Philo, Oliver Soskice, Dina Southwell, Jasper Startup & Linda Theophilus
Private View: 6 July 2019, 2–6pm
More info: http://www.northhousegallery.co.uk
An exhibition of local landscapes highlighting the extreme definition of the seasons. Opening reception 1 September, 6-8 pm. More info and openings times: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/flatford
Suffolk artist Roy Connelly has painted the Stour Valley in all weather conditions for this exhibition celebrating the beauty of the area that was much loved by John Constable RA. Opening reception 4 May 6-8pm. More info and openings times: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/flatford
Riverlands, an exhibition of Jane Lewis’s work in highly saturated inks, inspired by her observations of land and water. More info and opening times: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/flatford
Justin Minns captures the peaceful atmosphere of the East Anglian rivers. At the heart of this collection is his portrayal of the River Stour as it runs through Constable Country. For more info and opening times: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/flatford
A display of images maps and plans of the lower River Stour and estuary from Neolithic to modern times organised by Manningtree Museum and Local History Group
Throughout November, Mill Tye Gallery is hosting an exhibition of Graham Cooper’s mixed media images, photographs and manipulated photographs. The exhibition includes artwork that has been created from many different influences; from images prompted by contemporary issues or events, aspects of the human condition or what simply catches the eye.
The results of Graham’s captivating work often take the form of a series or theme, all of which hopes to provoke questions, make connections, explore feelings, or challenge perceptions. The work is a bridge between Graham’s intention versus the viewer’s interpretation.
Weekends from 11am-4pm and Fridays from 2.30pm until 6pm.
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