Craftco exhibition this June…
Local portrait artist Peter Weiss will be demonstrating how to draw the head on Wednesday June 1st at the Waveney Centre Beccles, from 7.15 – 9pm.
Come and join us – all welcome. Members free, non-members £3.
Exciting new Arts & Crafts venue opening at Earsham Heritage Mill on Friday 27th May, with a unique exhibition of 16 local artist covering a range of arts.
The Gallery has easy access, good parking and facilities around the gallery, including a café and walks around the Marshes.
The village of Bungay is 5 minutes drive away.
A great space to hold meetings, art classes or curate your own show.
For the artist we have LED daylight lighting, STAS hanging system and a range of display plinths, as well as a small shop
From her studio in Wenhaston, Ruth McCabe is part of Suffolk Open Studios June event again this year.
Studio open dates are:
June 2 to 5 inc. covering the 2 new Bank Holidays as well as that weekend.
11 to 4pm each day.
New series of work can always be seen and discussed, and throughout 2022 Ruth is continuing her sale of retrospective work at considerably reduced prices.
In addition the Garden Art Trail will be open, with quizzes for younger visitors.
At 10.30 on any open day, and by prior arrangement, for groups of 3 or 4 people, Ruth is happy to discuss her approaches to making art and any assistance she might offer to others.
rc4619@icloud or 07426 925065 for directions to the studio.
Craftco Exhibition this May…
Harleston Players present Blithe Spirit, by Noel Coward
Madame Arcati, a local clairvoyant, accepts an invitation to the home of Charles and Ruth Condomine for dinner and to hold a seance. Unbeknown to her, Charles has an ulterior motive – he has writer’s block and is hoping to observe the ‘tricks of the trade’ to help progress his latest book. However, the evening does not go as planned, with the spirit of his attractive first wife, Elvira, accidentally being summoned up, which naturally does not go down too well with Ruth, and events begin to spiral.
Come and enjoy Noel Coward’s ‘improbable farce’!
Ruth McCabe presents a SALE of retrospective work and new affordable rental schemes in her Easter art event in Wenhaston.
Ruth McCabe, artist and sea swimmer at Southwold, discovered MER washed up on the beach, in a poor state having been heavily contaminated by single use plastics that are polluting her environment. MER is now resting in the garden, and helping Ruth curate a fascinating show for the week after Easter.
Since Covid is still very much with us, please text, WhatsApp or email to discuss suitable times to pop by, meet MER and have a leisurely quiet browse.
A diverse and fascinating exhibition showing work by Kevin Holmes & Zoe Leverett from 1- 24 April at the Ferini Art Gallery in Pakefield.
Craftco Exhibition this April…