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ARTWORKS artists – Chris Gamble, Lucy Lutyens, Elaine Nason and Anne Paton – Art For Cure exhibition

Four ARTWORKS artists – Chris Gamble, Lucy Lutyens, Elaine Nason and Anne Paton – have been selected to exhibit in the Art For Cure exhibition at Glemham Hall, Suffolk, from Saturday 30th April to Monday 2nd May 2016.

High Spirits

‘High Spirits’ by Chris Gamble

There will be over eighty artists and sculptors exhibiting in the house and grounds of Glemham Hall during the three day art event. The commission earned by Art for Cure from the sales of art and sculpture will raise funds for the breast cancer charity Breast Cancer Now, and also local organisations who provide care and support to those affected by breast cancer.

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Linocut print by Elaine Nason

Art For Cure: Saturday 30th April – Monday 2nd May 2016
Glemham Hall
Woodbridge
Suffolk
IP13 0BT

http://artforcure.org.uk
http://www.glemhamhall.co.uk

The Art for Cure exhibition at Glemham Hall will be open 10am to 5pm over the three-day weekend. Light refreshments and lunches are also available (see Art For Cure website for menu and booking).

Entry fee to the exhibition (house and grounds) is £5, includes parking and exhibition catalogue.

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Mixed media painting by Anne Paton

Artists in ARTWORKS: Chris Gamble: Painting for me has become a search for something surprising and…

Artists in the ARTWORKS exhibition 2015: Chris Gamble

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Painting for me has become a search for something surprising and…

Artworks 16th Annual Exhibition
Saturday 5 – Sunday 27 September 2015
Open daily 10am – 5pm

Blackthorpe Barn
Rougham Estate
Bury St Edmunds
Suffolk
IP30 9HZ

The Artworks exhibition is open daily, 10am to 5pm, admission is free, ample parking, wheelchair accessible. Free exhibition catalogue.

We also have the ARTWORKS shop for visitors to browse: original handmade prints, small paintings, drawings, sculpture, ceramics, glass and metalwork, large range of greetings cards and artist postcards. There is also a café selling light refreshments.

Chris Gamble and Kit Price Moss – Inspired by Birds exhibition at Norwich Castle Museum

Artworks artists Chris Gamble and Kit Price Moss have had work accepted for the Norwich Castle Open art show 2014 ‘Inspired by Birds’. Great news! The exhibition is on now until 31 August 2014.

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Homing In by Chris Gamble, nylon hose and drawing pins on canvas

Chris Gamble’s clever and witty artwork, “Homing In”, is a flying owl made out of ladies nylon stockings. That should ruffle some feathers!

‘Inspired by Birds’, the fourth Norwich Castle Open Art Show, runs in parallel with the ‘The Wonder of Birds’ exhibition at Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery.

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Bass Rock, watercolour by Kit Price Moss

The exhibition features a diverse selection of art by East Anglian artists whose work has been inspired by birds. Works in the exhibition were selected from an open submission process by a panel of esteemed judges: artist and author Katrina van Grouw, sculptor Harriet Mead and wildlife photographer David Tipling. All artworks in the exhibition are for sale.

Entry to the two exhibitions is included in Norwich Castle Museum admission: Adults £7.95, Conc. £6.50, Children £5.20. Open Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm, Sundays 1-5pm.

Norwich Castle Museum Open Show – Inspired by Birds
Saturday 12 July – Sunday 31 August 2014
Timothy Gurney Gallery
Norwich Castle Museum
Castle Hill
Norwich
NR1 3JU

Four ARTWORKS artists in Breckland Artists autumn art exhibition at Wymondham Arts Centre

Four Artworks artists, Lyn Aylward, Helen Du Feu, Chris Gamble and Roger Gamble will be exhibiting in the Breckland Artists annual Autumn exhibition.
Painting by Lyn Aylward
Breckland Artists is a group of professional artists who live and work in the South-West of Norfolk. Roger Gamble is Chairman of the group and one of the founder members.
Painting by Roger Gamble
Breckland Artists annual Autumn exhibition is at Wymondham Arts Centre from Tuesday 5th November 4 to Sunday 17th November 2013.
Breckland Artists Autumn Exhibition
 
5th – 17th November 2013
 
Wymondham Arts Centre
Becket’s Chapel
2 Church Street
Wymondham
Norfolk
NR18 0PH

News on a new exhibition : The Norwich Castle Open Show

Welcome back to the Artworks blog!

The Artworks exhibition may be over for another year, but there is an exciting new exhibition to visit in the East Anglian region this autumn.

Three Artworks artists have had their work selected for the prestigious Norwich Castle Open Artshow 2012: Mike Ashley, Genista Dunham and Chris Gamble.

Rising Tide by Mike Ashley

There were 739 entries from 312 artists from across East Anglia. The three esteemed judges, John LessoreHumphrey Ocean and John Wonnacott selected 145 works for this exhibition (from one hundred and forty artists) – so well done to the Artworks artists!

Incendiary by Genista Dunham

Norwich Castle Open Artshow 2012: Vision & Reality, aims to ‘celebrate the vitality and diversity of the region’s creative talents‘. The exhibition has been sponsored by the East Anglia Art Fund, in partnership with Arts Council England & the Norfolk Museums Service.

Just Looking by Chris Gamble

The Norwich Castle Open Art Show 2012: Vision & Reality
20th October to 9th December 2012
Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery
Norwich
Norfolk
NR1 3DD

Open daily: Monday – Saturday 10am to 4.30pm, Sundays 1pm – 4.30pm

Chris Gamble : double success in the Eastern Open exhibition

One of Chris Gamble‘s pieces, ‘The Faces That You Meet‘, has been selected for the annual Eastern Open exhibition and it gained not one but two awards! The first award was the Exaclair Art Prize of artists’ materials and the second was the Bank House Hotel Purchase Award.

This year’s Eastern Open attracted 557 works by 280 artists from seven counties, with prize money totalling more than £4,000. The winners were announced during a packed ceremony at the King’s Lynn Arts Centre in Norfolk.

Chris Gamble‘s prize-winning work, ‘The Faces That You Meet‘, comprises thirty six small pen drawings of head portraits, and it represents part of an on-going body of work around the theme of ordinary people.

The faces that you meet  © Chris Gamble 2012

The annual Eastern Open exhibition is held in King’s Lynn Arts Centre, and it invites artist submissions from seven counties in the east of England: Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Cambridgeshire & Hertfordshire.
A different group of selectors are invited each year to select wotk for this prestigious exhibition. On the judging panel for the Eastern Open 2012 were: Mark Hill, TV Presenter, 20th Century Design Expert and Applied Arts Patron of the King’s Lynn Arts Centre; Yasmin Canvin, freelance curator and Director of Fermynwoods Contemporary Art; Jessica Lack, Arts Writer for The Guardian for 12 years and co-author of “Tate Guide to Modern Art Terms
The selection panel selected forty one works for the 2012 Eastern Open exhibition, all currently on show in the Shakespeare and Fermoy galleries at the King’s Lynn Arts Centre. An alternative Community Choice panel selected works to hang in the Red Barn and the Old Warehouse galleries.
In addition to being a member of the Artworks group, Chris Gamble also belongs to Breckland Artists, who will be holding a tenth anniversary exhibition in the Forum, Norwich, from 27th May until 1st June 2012.
Chris’s husband, Roger Gamble, is also in Artworks, and he won the ‘Best in Show Award’ at the Eastern Open exhibition in 2002. Both Chris & Roger have had their art selected in previous years. Chris won also an award in 2009 for an acrylic painting called ‘Economic Downturn‘. 
The Artworks blog says well done to them both – a prize-winning duo!
The Eastern Open exhibition continues until the 19th May 2012, open Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to 5pm.
Eastern Open exhibition 2012
31 March – 19 May 2012
King’s Lynn Arts Centre
King’s Lynn
Norfolk
PE30 1HA

Artworks Prize Draw: Faces, Figures, People

As promised, another preview of six more mini artworks from the Artwork Prize Draw, all currently on view in the Artworks 12th annual art exhibition at Blackthorpe Barn. The Prize Draw tickets are just £2 each. This selection features original artworks by: Constance Stubbs, Helen Dougall, Chris Gamble, Elaine Nason, Jenny Goater and one of our newest members Lyn Aylward.

Chris Gamble

Constance Stubbs

Elaine Nason

Helen Dougall

Lyn Aylward

Jenny Goater

The ‘Janette Place’ Mini Artworks Prize Draw takes place on Saturday 1st October 2011 at 4pm. Prize Draw tickets are on sale at £2 each throughout the duration of the Artworks exhibition – just enquire at the reception desk. All the mini artworks are original works of art!

The Mini Artworks Prize Draw provides funding for Artworks outreach work with local schools, with a proportion of the draw proceeds going to a nominated charity. In 2011 we are delighted to be supporting the innovative Bradfield Green Oak Centre project run by the Suffolk Wildlife Trust. You can follow the development of the project on the Bradfield Green Oak Centre’s blog.

If you like nature-inspired art, our next mini artworks selection will be mostly devoted to landscape and trees!

The Artworks 12th annual art exhibition runs from 10 September – 2 October 2011, open 10am – 5pm daily, at Blackthorpe Barn, Rougham, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP30 9JG.

Entry to the Artworks exhibition is free, there is ample parking with full disability access (two wheelchairs are also available if required). There will also be the Artworks Cafe alongside the very popular Artworks Gallery Shop, selling small paintings, original prints & drawings, ceramics, sculpture and glass, in addition to a wonderful selection of artists’ postcards & greetings cards. We hope you will enjoy your visit!