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STUDIO VISIT: KATE GILES, ARTIST

STUDIO VISIT: KATE GILES, ARTIST

The best part of our job is when we get to visit the artists, makers and designers we showcase as part of our series of pop up events.We recently had a chance to look at the work of Kate Giles who we are showing in our upcoming “Beach House Bazaar” in Brancaster (November 15-18)

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NAVIGATING THRESHOLDS BETWEEN SKY, LAND AND SEA – WORKS BY LORRAINE BEWICK

NAVIGATING THRESHOLDS BETWEEN SKY, LAND AND SEA – WORKS BY LORRAINE BEWICK
Lorraine Bewick has taken tried and tested techniques in the tradition of figurative landscape painting and applied them to her own perspective of the English landscape. Based in North Norfolk her interest in interpreting Norfolk’s expansive skies and coastal reaches as liminal space treads a path mapped out by acknowledged masters of the genre, such as John Robert Cozens and JMW Turner. Continue reading

A FASCINATION WITH MAPPING THE WORLD - THE WORK OF JONI SMITH

A FASCINATION WITH MAPPING THE WORLD - THE WORK OF JONI SMITH

Joni Smith enhances and re-imagines the perceptual mapping out of a landscape on paper, playfully using collage and cutting techniques to create new associations between different map locations. Her paper constructions are perfectly re-formed on the page, knowing just how far to go in breaking down the satellite accuracy of GPS in modern map-making to open up potential for her alternate interpretation. Impeccably handcrafted, Smiths work encompasses drawing, paper cutting, painting installation and sculpture.

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ORDINARY WORLDS OPENS AT CREAKE ABBEY

ORDINARY WORLDS OPENS AT CREAKE ABBEY
Our new Pop-Up exhibition, Ordinary Worlds, at Creake Abbey is currently showing a selection of new and recent paintings and works on paper by six Norfolk artists, ending 23 August, 2018. Ordinary Worlds is an exhibition of six women artists who share a common interest in representing landscape and interpreting the topographic in their work – each artist shows how we might compose landscape to suit our outlook rather than merely reflect upon a visual likeness or land use. Between them, what they depict is anything but ordinary. Continue reading

A BIRD'S EYE VIEW WITH LINDA JAMIESON

A BIRD'S EYE VIEW WITH LINDA JAMIESON

Linda Jamieson was born and spent her childhood in Norfolk . She was trained at St. Martins school of Art, and studied further at Heatherlys and with Francis Pratt in France and Norfolk. She worked for many years in the field of textile design in London, France and Italy, and also as a consultant for interior design. She now divides her time between her studios in Norfolk and London and has also exhibited in both places.

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