seven ways at wymondham arts centre

Thursday 31 May 2012

wymondham arts centre - seven ways exhibition - jazz green

Four very small paintings in the Seven Ways art exhibition, which has just opened at Wymondham* Arts Centre.

wymondham arts centre - seven ways exhibition - jazz green

My large painting, lichenscape, and some of my wabi sabi relic bowls on display…

wymondham arts centre - seven ways exhibition - farmscape paintings - jazz green

four farmscape paintings…

Seven Ways features the work of seven contemporary East Anglian artists, united by friendship and their connection to the Waveney Valley.

The seven artists in ‘Seven Ways’ are: Nell Close, Clare Cummins, Miles Fairhurst, Jazz Green, Richard Hunter, Dee Nickerson and Julie Noad.

wymondham arts centre - seven ways exhibition

Seven Ways promises to be an engaging and eclectic art exhibition, showcasing the seven artists very different approaches – from gentle observations of country ways, musical elements of still life, scenes of nature, landscape and skies to bold abstract forms and textures of the earth.

The exhibition ‘Seven Ways’ at Wymondham Arts Centre is open daily from 29th May to 10th June 2012: Monday – Saturday 10am – 5pm, Sundays 12 noon – 5pm.

wymondham arts centre - beckets chapel

Wymondham Arts Centre is located in Becket’s Chapel, the second oldest building in the town of Wymondham, founded as a chantry in 1174 by William D’Albini, the grandson of William D’Albini who founded Wymondham Abbey. Read more about the history of Becket’s Chapel.

29 May to 10 June 2012

Wymondham Arts Centre
Becket’s Chapel
Church Street
Norfolk NR18 OPH

Update:  some more pictures of the ‘Seven Ways’ art exhibition at Wymondham Arts Centre, closes Sunday 10th June, 2012…

[ceramics by Clare Cummins, paintings by Miles Fairhurst]

[paintings by Dee Nickerson]

[still life paintings by Nell Close]


* A courtesy note from the artist: Wymondham is pronounced windh’um, not wy-mond-ham as might be expected…