With its crisp white walls, oak beams and rooms full of light, Fulbrook is the perfect backdrop to exhibit artwork.
This November, the exhibition will show small paintings, sculptures, ceramics, and Christmas basketry.
The gallery will be open 1030am - 5pm. Items may be taken at time of purchase.
Lia Melia has successfully exhibited her paintings and jewellery at Fulbrook before and returns to us this time with her wonderful light boxes. These enhance her smaller abstract paintings.
Jo’s beautiful hand-made willow bags and baskets are little works of art. No two are the same as Jo weaves the many different willow colours together.
18th & 19th November 2017
Mo's special interest is people and places, her work is a mix. She immerses herself in nature and the imaginative world of fairy tales via watercolour & oil.
Ophelia’s career spans nearly 30 years during which time she has exhibited in over 100 shows in the UK and overseas. According to Clive James, TV presenter, novelist and critic: “Ophelia Redpath is the most brilliant artist of her type currently working in Britain".
Pamela’s work has been exhibited in many exhibition venues throughout the UK, France and Germany. Ancient pots and artifacts directly influence her work. She looks at historical ceramics and glass, armour, weapons and Egyptian sarcophagus to create her individual ceramic designs. She is a member of the Suffolk Craft Society and a Fellow of the Society of Designer Craftsmen.
Mark excels in showing the mechanics of natural forms using bronze, forged steel, or aluminium sculpture. Most of his work is now sold through London galleries, so we are very lucky to be representing him in this show.