We are proud to champion the work of a small number of exceptional artists.
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"If it's only what you see, there's something lacking in the work"
an introduction from the legendary Ronald Pile of Primavera fame, we
are very excited to be working with Julia for the first time.
In June and July we will be holding two exhibitions to celebrate 60 years of Julia painting career.
Julia Ball - 60 Years of Painting
The Fen Ditton Gallery, The High St, Fen Ditton, Cambridge ,CB5 8ST
30 June to 7 July 2018 11am to 4.30 pm Mon to Sat
There will be a Private View on the 29 June 6 - 8pm.
If you’d like an invitation please give me a call.
The second exhibition will...
Alice is currently doing a fine art course at the wonderful School of Art and Design at the West Suffolk College, Bury st Edmunds.
An amazing talent and whose work sold extremely well on our stand at last year's Cambridge Art Fair.
For many years Michael has breathed, studied and produced images of the countryside immediately around the same small village in Suffolk in which he lives - on daily basis irrespective of the season, weather or time of day.
This may seem almost obsessive, but it is common to many of the best artists - constant study and observation leads to a deeper understanding and wide interpretation. As he says Much of my work focuses on the small valley opposite my home - it is unremarkable, yet strangely haunting. Sloping down from an ancient wood at the top are fields framed for generations, forming...
I have been working with Simon for nearly 20 years. Visiting his studio on the Essex coast is always a joy and a privilege to watch his work develop at such close quarter.
Each day he makes drawings about things happening in the landscape; often returning to the same places for months at a time, sometimes just walking and seeing what happens.
He uses these drawings in the studio to improvise and rehearse possible ways to turn observation into painting, looking for things in the drawings that seem true, alive and unexpected. He wants the paintings to be direct and honest; to have the weight of...
Born in Norwich and based in Cromer since 1989, Darley has been greatly influenced by fellow East Anglian John Constable as well as the Impressionists including Bonnard, Degas, Sickert and Monet.
He works swiftly and spontaneously, painting 'en plein air' to capture the vivid tones and changing light in local scenes of coastline, seafront, fishermen and holidaymakers. His combination of a vibrant neo-impressionist palette with a quirky choice of subject matter (car park attendants, breakwaters, lifeguard huts) form an irresistible combination. He is not afraid of the gestural mark, of small...