Open Studios
Exhibitions
Art Fairs

Autumn Open Studio

During autumn half term Ruth will run a 3 day open studio:

October 20, 21 and 22
11am to 3pm

Visit to see and discuss her latest series, including new oils; and to pick up bargains in the ongoing retrospective sale.

Ruth has added to her collection of hand made cards, selling at £5 each, and there is always a good range of new and older work in the browsers.

She is always happy to discuss setting up loans of work for a fixed period, and also sale of work by agreed instalments over three months. 

September 5 to 25

Another gallery close to the light and energy of the North Sea, Ferini Gallery, Pakefield, will host the 4th Suffolk Open Studios 2022 exhibition this autumn. Subscribe to my mailing list to hear more nearer the time.

30 August - 4 September

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The online gallery UK Artists online, founded and curated by Grace Newman, Is taking selected artists' work to The Courtyard Gallery, Ballroom Arts, Aldeburgh. 152A ,High Street, Aldeburgh IP15 5AQ.

https://ballroomarts.org/?page_id=1727

I have 5 hung pieces and 10 unframed works in the show. The image above is a detail from 'Listening to Sibeliius' (unframed).

Open 10 until 6, and Sunday 10 until 4 in the beautiful art-filled seaside town of Aldeburgh, Suffolk.  

Past Open Studios
Exhibitions
Art Fairs

July 29 to August 10

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29 July will see the opening of the second 2022 Suffolk Open Studios exhibition. Having previously used Pond Gallery, Snape Maltings to show a beautiful range of pieces from the membership, the organisation now moves to Felixstowe, a rather lovely Edwardian coastal town which is now a major port. The old harbour is a quiet, characterful place with echoes of the old fishing industry. Ruth has selected "Storm on Harbour Road' for the show.

https://www.142gallery.art/exhibitions

29 to 31 July

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For 10 years a small group of East Anglian artists have curated an annual exhibition in celebration of the work of the artist Harry Becker. 

After training in London and across Europe, Becker retreated with his family from London to Suffolk in 1913, to live in the same village where Ruth now lives. He worked en plein air, going out with the workers of the last years of pre-mechanised agriculture. Read more about him and details of the exhibition here:

https://www.ibbas.co.uk 

Finding inspiration in his vigorous and expressive mark making, 20 contemporary artists present their work in this exciting and joyful show. 

Ruth will have 8 hung pieces, 8 unframed pieces and a range of hand made cards in the show.  Come and say Hello at the Preview (party) on the 29th July at 6pm in the serenity of Holy Trinity Church, Blythburgh which has housed the show in recent years. The Becker family grave lies in the churchyard, and this 'Cathedral of the Marshes' on the Suffolk coast was much loved by Becker's daughter, Janet.