‘Ways of Seeing’ – open until Sat. 4 November
– a mixed media exhibition by Ann Froshaug, Stina Burger and Kathy Cossins, who explore ways of seeing, through their different approaches in making art.
Open 10-4 until Sat 4th October at Greyfriars Art Space, St James Street, King’s Lynn.
Everyone is welcome and admission is free.
8 November @ 7.30pm
Gothic Tales for a Winter’s Evening
Deliciously creepy Victorian ghost stories, narrated and performed by Christine Pike.
Christine specialises in reading tales of the supernatural and macabre by British and American women authors from the 19th and early 20th centuries.
This fund-raising performance, in aid of the Saving Greyfriars Art Space campaign, will be held at Greyfriars Art Space 43, St James Street, Kings Lynn on Wednesday Nov 8 at 7.30 pm.
Tickets: £10 including a glass of wine and canapes.
Find out more and buy tickets at: http://chillers.fearinthefens.com or in person from Greyfriars Art Space 1-4 November 10am-4pm & Monday 6 November 11am-3pm.
Spaces are limited, so please book early
“FENLAND FIELDS” 12-25 November
Mon – Sat: 10am-4pm
Sun: 12 noon – 4pm
Exhibition opening event: Sat 11th Nov 12-4 (Drinks and refreshments available)
Everyone is welcome
Paintings in oil on board and canvas, and in distempera (pure pigment and size) on paper, painted in the fields, inspired by the season and the time of day, the place, and the unique atmosphere of the East Anglian Fens.
This exhibition brings you works from the wonderful stretches of colour found in the industrial farmlands of the Fens; crops of cabbages, daffodils, leeks and beans, fields of potatoes in flower or mustards grown for the plough; and the lights of the East Anglian skies, bands of weather and colour in a vast bowl above the flatlands of the Fens; punctuated by homesteads or dark bands of trees.
All the works are painted from the countryside within a few miles of Sutton Bridge: the N. Cambridgeshire district of Fenland, the S. Lincolnshire district of South Holland, and areas of Norfolk and Ely: Tydd St Giles, Lutton, Leverington, Newton in the Isle, Guys Head, Sutton Bridge, Holbeach, Wisbech, The Terringtons, The Tilneys, Gorefield, Fitton , Silverhill, Sutton St. James. Hunstanton, Saddlebow, and North Creake, and many other droves and dykes between.
About the artist
Thelma Chambers is a graduate of the Ruskin School , Oxford and the Royal Academy Schools, and has exhibited in England Ireland and Portugal. Her work is in private and public collections in U.S.A. Ireland, United Kingdom and Portugal. “I was born and educated here in England and went to art school in Oxford ( the Ruskin School) and London ( The Royal Academy Schools).
In Feb. 2016 I moved back to England after 26 years abroad, and it feels so great to be back.
I wanted to settle in East Anglia because I adore the feeling of space and the skies, and it has always felt like the right place for me to be.
I discovered a few months ago, from a long lost cousin, that my great Grandfather: William Walter Chambers, came from Bainton in Lincolnshire and was a coachman and picture framer, living just thirty miles from where I live today.
“Britons are still living in the same ‘tribes’ that they did in the 7th Century, Oxford University has found after an astonishing study into our genetic make-up.”
“The collection of paintings is a celebration of these fabulous landscapes and of my return to England, my home. ”
A full C.V. is at http://thelmachambers.blogspot.co.uk
BIZARRE BAZAAR 2-16 December
Bizarre Bazaar 2 – 16 December 2017
Christmas may seem a while yet, but before we know it the festive season will have arrived once again, along with our popular Bizarre Bazaar at Greyfriars Art Space, when local artists and crafts people will be setting up shop to sell unique, handmade gifts, cards, artwork and lots more!!
If you are interested in having a space at Bizarre Bazaar, please get in touch.
All items for sale must be handcrafted by the artist and any food products must have a label showing ingredients.
Artists will not have to be at G.A.S. for the duration of Bizarre Bazaar, as an invigilation rota, covered by the participating artists, will be organised.
You will need to bring your own table/display stand, measuring a maximum 6’ in length.
Cost – £14 (Paid-up Greyfriars Art Space members), £20 (non-members) + 20% Commission on sales. Spaces will be limited.
For further information and to show us examples or images of your work, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: 0751 714 7444