Inspired by the coast and land
Contemporary exhibition at Aldeburgh Gallery, September 28 – October 4
AN exhibition in Aldeburgh at the end of September called Coastlands marks the culmination of a six month challenge for nine local artists to interpret coast and land in their own individual styles.
The artists, all living and working in Suffolk and north Essex, belong to CO3 Studio in Colchester, and during the week of the exhibition at The Aldeburgh Gallery, each will spend a day welcoming visitors and answering questions about the work on show
The artists work in a range of disciplines, mediums and styles, creating contemporary paintings, drawings and sculpture. They are Wendy Bailey (abstract seascapes and landscapes, mix media), Sheena Clover (evocative monoprints and paintings), Elena Fleury-Rojo (glass artist creating sculpture in glass), Maggie Harling (sculptor, textile and mixed media artist), Angella Horner FRSA (painter, landscapes floral subjects in oils and acrylics), Karenza Jackson (artist and printmaker), Colin McAllister (cartoonist and illustrator in black and white, pen and ink), Francesca Ucci (colourful and bold paintings in acrylic ink), and Michele Webber (watercolour artist and mosaics).
Coastlands September 28 – October 4 Aldeburgh Gallery 10am – 5pm 143 High St, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, IP15 5AN www.co3gallery.co.uk or call 07717 710029
Karenza Jackson’s work
Sheena Clover’s coastland interpretation
Wendy Bailey’s Coastland image
Aldeburgh Beach at Night by Francesca Ucci
Aldeburgh Beach by Angella Horner
Michele Webber’s interpretation of the coast