Andrew Schumann’s work Wells Oak Post, is ready for installation at the new Wells Sculpture Trail on 8th June. The trail opens on 23rd June.
The words supplied with his proposal are:
A post made from two planks of seasoned oak, the wood that built the battleships that defeated Napoleon and built the British Empire.
Damien Hirst, Myth and Legend, by the entrance to the hall at HOUGHTON HALL, NORFOLK
Photo by Pete Huggins
The first Damien Hirst piece, Sensation, is encountred while driving to the carpark. From the car it look looks like something from an amusement park or fun fair. Looking like brightly coloured plastic. On closer inspection, it appears to be a magnification of a section of skin complete with hairs.
The All Saints Painters Annual Exhibition takes place in Stoke Ferry Church PE33 9SF from June 16th until July 1st 2018.
Artists: Toni Arthur Hay, Isobel Bartholomew, Becka Elliott, Patsy Hood, Frank Logan, Sheila O’Brien, Hilary Sherrington and Anne Wormack .
Links & Layers’ is a group of eight individuals, including WNAA members Pauline Wrighton and Alison D’Oyley. Their next exhibition, ‘Cohesion’, takes place at Salthouse Church from Friday 22nd June to Sunday 8th July.
Open from 10 am – 5 pm Mondays to Saturdays and 11 am to 5 pm on Sundays.
Peacocks in a Garden
From the 19th to 24th June, David Cook returns as Artist in Residence at Nature in
Art. The museum is dedicated to fine, decorative and applied art inspired by Nature. lt’s situated just off the A38, at Wallsworth Hall, Twigworth, Gloucester, GL2 9PA.
Norfolk & Norwich Open Studios 2018 will take place from Saturday 26 May – Sunday 10 June.
For 16 days each year, Norfolk & Norwich Open Studios celebrates the county’s artists and their achievements by offering them the opportunity to open their doors to the public to exhibit, sell and talk about their work. In 2018 over 450 artists will take part from over 250 studios and venues.
I went to the Fermoy Gallery in King’s Lynn to see Alison Dunhill’s exhibition ‘Plaster, Parquet and Pillars’ with great anticipation. My first impression was, “I love it!”
In this beautiful space with natural light coming in from above, the predominantly small scale work was excellently curated. Each piece is an island of discovery. An element of play is present.
Bar-headed Goose by David Cook
This May, Nature in Art celebrates its 30th Anniversary. This first and finest award-winning museum is home to a varied and ever-changing collection of the best wildlife art; not only from Great Britain, but world-wide. WNAA member David Cook is privileged to have several of his artworks in their Permanent Collection.