Francesca Cant, Kaitlin Ferguson and Hannelore Smith are three artists exploring urban and coastal environments. Key crossovers in their practices include investigations into materials, locality, process and form.
We are pleased to announce that the raffle winner was #1385; the ticket was drawn at the artists talk for the Colour open exhibition on 14th October. Congratulations to Isabelle who is now the very proud owner of the Antony Gormley print.
Objects will hover above the ground allowing visitors to walk through and around the them. Sculptures made of black ‘Ciment Fondu’ will emerge from the ground to form a dialogue with both Ether and the visitors.
The display has come to an end after 12 very successful months.
Playing with Natural Colours – an introductory workshop to the joy of natural ink making, with Rachel Burchell.
Landscape and still life have been common tropes for artists for centuries, and are still being exploited through social media, the food images and selfies against exotic backdrops that flood our feeds.
Ruth Butler uses shapes and patterns found in both natural and man made forms, interested in the interaction between chance and control and our emotive response to colour.
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This exhibition brings together four artists who are making work with found materials and pigments. Finding and preparing their own materials creates a personal and physical link with particular environments for these artists, who are exploring ecological issues in a variety of ways.
13 to 24 July 2023 Recent drawings made whilst travelling through the Norfolk landscape using the visual and physical dynamics of being in motion to generate spontaneous mark making and improvised compositions
The summer season of art walks around the outdoor exhibition Pictures Around Cromer, the National Gallery Collection is going well
Soft geometric forms and improvised rhythms explore and respond to the artist’s fascination with the subject of painting and art history.
The most impressive thing about the project is that Cromer wants art. It’s the efforts of many that is creating a buzz around the town.
Cromer Artspace Writing Group: Monday 5th June 1730-1930 at the Artspace on the Prom
17 until 29 May 2023 Anna-Lise is half Norwegian but has spent most of her life in the UK. She studied Fine Art at Liverpool College of Art, Goldsmiths College and The Royal College of Art, Copenhagen. Anna-Lise’s exhibition is showing large works on paper and canvas plus a selection of small paintings from her…
We are very fortunate that our exhibiting artists have agreed to give time to talk about their work and to answer questions. It’s great to have this opportunity to find out more about the thoughts and feelings behind the work that we see at Artspace on the Prom. Dates arranged so far are as follows…