GroundWork Gallery, 17 Purfleet, Kings Lynn, Norfolk
23 June - 16 September 2018
Currently closed for changeover
Opening Saturday 23 June 2018
Three exhibits about art, landscape and ecology
Regarding Nature by Chrystel Lebas
Panoramic photographs of Norfolk coastal plants and landscapes, accompanied by the Kraszna-Krausz award-winning Best Photography Book, Field Studies, Walking through Landscapes and Archives.
Outfalls by Judith Tucker and Harriet Tarlo
Paintings and poems about the Louth Canal, Lincolnshire
Fenland by Kathryn Hearn
Porcelain vessels inspired by the industrial farming landscapes of the Fens.
With new artist's jewellery from Reykjavik, Copenhagen, Burnham Norton, King's Lynn, Norwich, by Helga Mogensen & Madeleine Spencer, Kirsten Sonne, Linda McFarlane, Toby Winteringham.
Exhibition to be opened by Zelda Cheatle curator, editor, lecturer, consultant
Exhibitions continue till Sunday 16 September (Heritage Open Day), Tuesday to Saturday 11-4.
Regarding Nature Events
There will be an accompanying programme of discussions and field trips about art and ecology, organised in conjunction with the Norfolk Wildlife Trust, with funding from the British Ecological Society. The first event follows the opening on the next day:
Sunday 24 June, 2-5pm
Regarding Nature - Introducing Art and Ecology
Talks by the artists, curators, scientist: including Chrystel Lebas, Bergit Arends, Judith Tucker, Harriet Tarlo, Kathryn Hearn, Andrew Watkinson.
At GroundWork Gallery.
Cost: tickets £8 (£6 conc.) including refreshments.
Booking essential: firstname.lastname@example.org
For the full programme details please check websites: www.groundworkgallery.com