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Artists in ARTWORKS: Kit Price Moss: My sketchbooks have always been important to me. I enjoy drawing from life outdoors…

Artists in the ARTWORKS exhibition 2015: Kit Price Moss

Bass Rock

Bass Rock

My sketchbooks have always been important to me. I enjoy drawing from life outdoors…

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, paintings, drawings, sculpture, ceramics, glass and metalwork, wide range of greetings cards and artist postcards. There is also a café selling light refreshments.

Meet the Artist: daily presentations at ARTWORKS 2015: Kit Price Moss – Paper, Printmaking & Puffins!

Meet the Artist: daily presentations at ARTWORKS 2015

Today, Monday 14th September 2015, Kit Price Moss will be at Blackthorpe Barn sharing and discussing sketching from nature and the printmaking techniques she uses in her work.

My sketchbooks have always been important to me. I enjoy drawing from life outdoors – people and activities – and, as a keen naturalist, birds and other animals in landscapes.

Monday 14 September 2015: Kit Price Moss – Paper, Printmaking & Puffins!

Kit Price Moss will be at the ARTWORKS exhibition from 10am – 4pm.

Bass Rock

Bass Rock

Kit is also a member of Gainsborough’s House Print Workshop and Chairperson of West Norfolk Artists Association.

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

Blackthorpe Barn
Rougham
Bury St Edmunds
Suffolk
IP30 9HZ

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

Kit Price Moss : Society of Wildlife Artists art exhibition at Mall Galleries London

The Artworks blog is delighted to hear that Kit Price Moss has had one of her watercolours selected for the Society of Wildlife Artists Annual Exhibition 2013 at the Mall Galleries, 31st October-10th November 2013.

Kit’s watercolour study, ‘Bass Rock: Cliff Activity‘, was painted on site at Bass Rock in the Firth of Forth, near North Bewick, Scotland. We wish Kit Price Moss every success with the exhibition.

The annual exhibition of the Society of Wildlife Artists takes place at the Mall Galleries in London, from Thursday 31 October to Sunday 10 November 2013.

The annual exhibition of the Society of Wildlife Artists is a showcase for the very best of art inspired by the natural world. A superb mix of painting and drawing, sculpture and printmaking will be complemented by a display area of projects and expedition work.

Society of Wildlife Artists : The Natural Eye

31 October – 10 November 2013

The Mall Galleries
The Mall
London

ARTWORKS art exhibition : more pictures on our blog!

Here at the Artworks blog we love sharing a few sneaky snapshots of the Artworks exhibition, which is on now until Sunday 29 September 2013, at the tranquil setting of Blackthorpe Barn in central Suffolk (full details below).

Paintings & drawings by Doug Patterson and Kit Price Moss

If you are planning a visit to the Artworks exhibition, hurry because it closes this weekend!

Cockerel wire sculpture by Jenny Goater
The Artworks annual exhibition is a perfect opportunity to see new and original contemporary work by thirty East Anglian artists, all under one roof! Many of the new artworks on show have already sold this year, but there are small treasures waiting to be discovered in the Artworks shop.
Oak Bench by Mac McCaughan, paintings by Constance Stubbs & Anne Paton
Mac McCaughan is a designer-craftsman working in wood and steel. His one-off bespoke contemporary designs often have a strong sculptural aesthetic, as seen in this impressive oak bench. 
Anne Paton‘s expressive paintings continue to be very popular with visitors, in her energetic responses to scenes of nature and the landscape of the Suffolk coast. Travelling further afield Kit Price Moss paints & draws from direct observation the many birds of coastal Scotland.
Paintings by Eleonora Knowland & Elaine Nason
Another highly collectable artist is Elaine Nason, who has a loyal regional following, her paintings often depicting domestic scenes of country life with honesty and subtle humour. 
To the left of the picture you can see a large painting on canvas by the painter Eleonora Knowland, inspired by her recent travels across Australia, bringing an international dimension to the show. Another artist, Doug Patterson, has also travelled extensively, this year showing drawings and watercolours developed from his Sacred Places of the World project.
Etchings by Jan Dingle
If you like art which explores the East Anglian landscape, then the work of Jan Dingle, Janet FrenchPat Colyer and Colin Slee are likely to appeal.
The Artworks blog will share more pictures of the exhibition tomorrow. In the meantime, find out more about all the Artworks artists exhibiting (or click on the links on the right hand side). 
There is also the equally popular Artworks shop, with a wonderful range of unframed and small works for sale, including paintings, drawings, original fine art handcrafted prints (not gicleé reproductions), mixed media collage, 3D crafts including metalwork, ceramics, glass and papier maché, and not forgetting an extensive range of greetings cards (some handmade, affordable unique mini-works) – and assorted artist postcards, all priced at 50p each. There is also the Artworks café next door, making it a perfect setting to relax and enjoy the art on show. 
7 – 29 September 2013
Blackthorpe Barn
Rougham
Bury St Edmunds
IP30 9HZ
The Artworks exhibition is open daily from 10am to 5pm, admission is free, ample free parking, wheelchair accessible, free exhibition catalogue. 
We hope you will enjoy your visit to Artworks in 2013.

More pictures from the ARTWORKS exhibition!

Another small taster of the Artworks exhibition at Blackthorpe Barn, three more pictures showing new works by Genista Dunham, Eileen Revett, Eleonora Knowland, Doug Patterson and Kit Price-Moss.

Vessels by Genista Dunham, prints by Eileen Revett, paintings by Eleonora Knowland.
Vessels by Genista Dunham, paintings by Doug PattersonKit Price-Moss
View of Artworks exhibition at Blackthorpe barn
Stay tuned to the Artworks blog for more Artworks exhibition news and daily updates.
The Artworks annual exhibition is a wonderful opportunity to see and buy new and original contemporary work by thirty East Anglian artists, all under one roof. Read more about the Artworks artists here.
7 – 29 September 2013
Blackthorpe Barn
Rougham
Bury St Edmunds
IP30 9HZ
The Artworks exhibition is open daily, 10am to 5pm, admission is free, ample parking, wheelchair accessible, free catalogue. 
There is also the very popular Artworks shop which sells unframed works including small paintings, drawings and original prints on paper, collage and mixed media, sculptural 3D art including metalwork, ceramics and glass, and a wonderful range of handmade cards, greetings cards and artist postcards. There is also the Artworks café selling light refreshments. 
We hope you will enjoy your visit to Artworks in 2013!

Liz Waugh-McManus & Ursula Kit Price Moss exhibition

Two Artworks artists, Liz Waugh McManus and Ursula Kit Price Moss, are currently exhibiting their work in France. 
Galerie Josette Da Costa in St Jean Pied de Port
Their show at the Galerie Josette Da Costa in St Jean Pied de Port, in the Basque country, is on now until the end of August 2013.  
Galerie Josette Da Costa in St Jean Pied de Port
Liz Waugh McManus and Ursula Kit Price Moss are enjoying being artists in residence in this ancient town in the Pyrenees, which is on the Pilgrim route to Santiago de Compostella.

Artworks : Daily Artist Demonstrations

The 13th Annnual Artworks Exhibition
Blackthorpe Barn
Rougham
Suffolk
(Sat Nav IP30 9HZ)

8th to 30th September 2012

We are open daily, 10am to 5pm.

Artist demonstrations are located in the main barn, running from 10.30am to 4.30pm. You can drop in at any time during the day to see the artist at work, ask questions about their work, the materials and techniques they use.

Here is the full schedule of daily artist demonstrations during the Artworks exhibition:

Daily MEET THE ARTIST presentations

Saturday 8 September Lyn Aylward Painting the Figure in Oils

Sunday 9 September Ben Platts-Mills Chainsaw Carving

Monday 10 September Roger Gamble Acrylics in Action

Tuesday 11 September Katie Millard Watercolour without Pencil

Wednesday 12 September Elaine Nason Linocutting Lines

Thursday 13 September Lyn Aylward Painting the Figure in Oils

Friday 14 September Alison Jones Botanical Painting in Watercolour

Saturday 15 September Jenny Goater The Wonders of Wire

Sunday 16 September THE CURWEN STUDIO PRINTWORKS DAY—details at the desk

Monday 17 September Katie Millard Watercolour without Pencil

Tuesday 18 September Gillian Crossley-Holland Oil Pastels, the most flexible medium

Wedneday 19 September Doug Patterson Hello, I must be going…

Thursday 20 September John Glover How to Capture a Likeness

Friday 21 September Doug Patterson Hello, I must be going…

Saturday 22 September Doug Patterson Hello, I must be going…

Sunday 23 September Roger Gamble Acrylics in Action

Monday 24 September John Glover How to Capture a Likeness

Tuesday 25 September Katie Millard Watercolour without Pencil

Wednesday 26 September Gillian Crossley-Holland Oil Pastels, the most flexible medium

Thursday 27 September Ursula Kit Price Moss Printmaking without a Press

Friday 28 September Roger Gamble Acrylics in Action

Saturday 29 September Valerie Armstrong Monoprinting without a Press

Sunday 30 September Jenny Goater The Wonders of Wire

Kit price Moss : Tall & Thin art exhibition, Greyfriars Art Space

Artworks artist Kit Price Moss has co-curated a ‘Tall & Thin’ exhibition with members of the West Norfolk Artists Association (Kit is chairperson of the West Norfolk Artists Association).
Kit Price Moss organised the exhibition to encourage the artists to ‘think outside their normal comfort zone’.  Each of the selected artworks are no wider than eleven inches.
Kit’s own work in the exhibition, ‘Kittywake Castle‘, is based on ‘a drawing of seabirds whilst visiting North Berwick and Dunbar last summer, depicting nesting kittiwakes on a pinnacle’.
Tall & Thin‘ is currently showing at Greyfriars Art Space from 21st May until 1st June 2012. Greyfriars Art Space is an artist run initiative in King’s Lynn providing professional exhibition opportunities and affordable studio workspace to local artists.
Of the ‘Tall & Thin‘ exhibition, Kit says: “We’ve had a terrific response here at Greyfriars Art Space, and we’ve been quite astounded by the creativity you can see here. We have works suspended from the ceiling, ceramics and sculptures besides the usual paintings”.
The artists exhibiting ‘Tall & Thin‘ works are: Helena Anderson, Tony Bellars, Helen Breach, Brenda Brown, Alan Castleton, Barbara Cichocka, Simon and Fran Crawford, Alison Dunhill, Peter Edwards, Joan Evans, Tod Evans, Ann Froshaug, Lydia Haines, John Hughes, Jill Ilett, Jane Ironside, Jo Halpin Jones, Giselle Keeble, John Lawson, Neil Leggett, Steve Martyn, Kit Price Moss, Tom Sharp, Michael Smith, Julie Spriggs, Will Strong, Tom Thompson, John and Helen Walker, Andrew Williams, Julie Witt, Joan Wooll and Pauline Wrighton.




Tall & Thin
21st May to 1st June 2012
Greyfriars Art Space (opposite Greyfriars Tower)
43 St James Street 
King’s Lynn
Norfolk
PE30 5BZ
Open daily, 10am – 4pm, free admission