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I am afraid I am very late sending this! I have been fighting with the inevitable technology which does not work!!!
However it would be lovely to see you if you can make this exhibition.
The private view is Friday 29th , from 6 - 9pm.
The exhibition runs fromSaturday 30th September to Sunday 15th October.
Every day there will be demonstrations from some of the exhibiting artists.
My two demonstrating days are: Tuesday 3 October and Tuesday 10th October
Warm wishes, Val
Here's the invitation to my graduation exhibition at the John Innes Centre in Norwich. My wonderful Botanical drawing and watercolour illustration course finished earlier this year with an exhibition at the Carlton Nature Reserve, Lowestoft, this is the second showing of the artwork (from all the students), but this time shown in the amazing Rare Books room at the John Innes Centre. https://www.jic.ac.uk/research-impact/scientific-facilities/library-and-archives/the-collections/
The attached poster will give all the details, including how to book a slot to see the exhibition. It is a very lovely small intimate space to show the work, alongside amazing images of botanical artwork across the ages in open, very rare books. If you are in the area, do go and have a look.
Located in central Ipswich at 8a Queen Street, Sandbox Studios is a recently opened studio complex providing economical spaces for artists and designers to work. Rent includes all utilities , as well as high speed internet access.
At present, one individual space is available for rent.
Studio 1 18feet x 10 feet £175 pcm (all inclusive).
If you are interested in paying a visit, please contact Jon Field on 07775 723428 or firstname.lastname@example.org
I’m writing on behalf of my father Terry Gravett, who is having a bit of a clear out of his studio. Although he is a printmaker by trade, he has a large collection of canvases (about 40) that he needs to get rid of. Preferably in one go. Some are new, and some aren’t, but the used ones have been overpainted in white, and are ready to use.
He is hoping to get about £50 for the lot, and to have them picked up from Ipswich, as he no longer has transport.
Would these be of interest to you or your members? If so, please email
An artist's response to the demolition and construction at Cranfield's Flour Mill at the Ipswich Dock between 2004 and 2009.
This powerful piece of art amounts to 4,050 drawings and 25 sketchbooks. Many of these were quick responses, gestural, action and multi-layered as well as observational drawings.
The Valerie Irwin Archive Project charity intends to raise funds to ensure public access to the collection through the including:
All work with cataloguing, packing, oral history compilation and organisation will be conducted by volunteers under the guidance of the Suffolk Record Office.
Below are a few images from the collection showing a mixture of construction and demolition.
For further information and to contribute to this archive visit www.valerieirwinarchiveproject.co.uk