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ArtLib – Pencil Paintings by Rosario Zinna

Dr Rosario Zinna is married, Italian born and a retired NHS consultant. He is largely self-taught and has developed “pencil painting” by using graphite pencils in the manner of a brush to create contrast and gradations of black and white tone.

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The Lay of the Land

Our first exhibition of 2020 presents a selection of paintings by Lorna Brown based on landscapes both nearby and a little further afield. Royston Heath, the iconic Primrose Hill, London, and a local allotment site all provide interesting subjects. The paintings are not about achieving likeness or abstraction, but through form, colour and mark, they […]

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Present Arts

During the Christmas period, the exhibition PRESENT ARTS maintains The Gallery’s high standard of fine art and craftsmanship, but the emphasis is on works of art which are affordable. The skills of many of the artists who have studios at the Mill are represented, showing artworks in glass and ceramics, silver jewellery, paintings and prints. […]

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ArtLib – Art by Chinwe Chukwuogo-Roy

Chinwe Chukwuogo-Roy MBE (1952 – 2012 was best known for painting the official Golden Jubilee portrait of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II and many other portraits, from famous stars on the one hand to people living on the streets of London, Maputo or New York on the other. Yet her main body of work, completed during […]

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Chroma City

Paintings by Debbie Ayles Ceramics by Michele Connell Debbie Ayles presents a painterly exploration of the myriad patterns found in architectural landscapes. Her paintings include all the shadows, reflections, sunbursts, clouds, people and chance elements, blending and blurring each aspect to create structural harmony, at once figurative and abstract. The paintings are complemented by ceramics […]

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ArtLib – Photographs by Kieron Seymour

Kieran is a Year 2 Media student specializing in photography. For this gallery he has decided to show the different aspects of Suffolk life, including: Seaside, Nature and Portraiture using the skills he has acquired from Suffolk New College. His inspiration for these photographs is the beauty in nature and the experimental art of photography […]

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Art on the Prom – Felixstowe

Join us for one of Suffolk’s biggest outdoor art festivals #ArtOnThePromseafront Sunday 1st September 10am to 4pm. Over 100 local artists, makers and creators showcasing and selling their art to take home and treasure. Make a day of it with fun activities, music, food and refreshments to enjoy.

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Parndon Mill Open Studios

In this idyllic riverside setting, thirty studios offer an insight into the creative process. The amazing diversity of talent and skills nurtured at Parndon Mill will be on view during the Open Studios event. As well as painting and sculpture, skilled craftwork in glass, weaving, calligraphy, guitar making, ceramics, textiles, jewellery, printing and metalwork can […]

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