Author Archives: Esther Boehm

Pop Up Art Gallery

Lesley Williams
Now on until 5th April

Lesley Williams is exhibiting some of her work in a pop-up shop at Dalegate Market, Burnham Deepdale PE31 8FB until Wednesday 5th April and would be delighted if any members are able to visit. There are other pop-ups, as well as some lovely shops and a cafe on site, so plenty to see and do.

Artworks @ The Town Hall

Artist Angela Banner with one of her works in the new gallery at Hunstanton – Credit: Chris Bishop

A new art gallery has brought a blaze of colour to a seaside town hall.

Jackie Kitch has opened her third gallery in Hunstanton in the carrstone civic building on The Green.
The ground floor, which previously held the resort’s tourist information centre, is now filled with paintings, photographs, art works and crafts.

“I love Hue” App review

Sometimes we all need a mindless distraction. However, downloading this app onto my phone made me think. In fact it sent me down a rabbit hole of colour definition and what is “hue”.

The app’s premise is very simple. You start off with some coloured squares which are arranged in terms of gradient of colour and hue, you press start, it jumbles them up and you must restore harmony.

Horizon – Norwich 20 Group exhibition

“Looking Out” by Andrew Schumann

Hostry: Horizon – Group exhibition 22 December – 15 January 2022

Horizon

After the group’s first show at this venue three years ago, the group will return for an exhibition at the Hostry, Norwich Cathedral – opening just before the festive period, with exhibition dates of Wednesday 22 December 2021 – Saturday 15 January 2022.

Van Gogh Alive

On Monday 20th September, I should have been going to London for the re-opening of my Mother’s old Dancing School in south east London, which had been bought and restored by some of the Stars from Strictly. Unfortunately, it was cancelled due to covid restrictions, so instead of getting a refund on my train ticket, I decided to go to Kensington Gardens and take a look at the Van Gogh Alive exhibition.