Mulu – 9th to 16th February An edit of delicious things from delicious places. Ceramics, textiles, coffee and spices: beautiful things for the kitchen and home. Sourced by Ele Gower from friends and makers both in Suffolk, and her home-from-home in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Elemental – 17th to 24th February A collection of work by various artists including Sara Johnson, Ruth Bunnewell, Derek Chambers, Clare Gaylard, Jean MacIntosh, Lisa Henshall and Steve Higton.
Veronica Worrall – 25th February to 3rd March 'UNSEEN CONNECTIONS' Experimental and evocative. From Arctic glaciers to Suffolk salt marshes - a photography exhibition with a difference. Prints, polaroids, text and textiles direct attention to our diminishing habitats. An unusual partnering with nature leads to abstracts of hidden beauty.
Stephen Watkins – 4th February to 10th March Stephen Watkins is a contemporary artist and architect who focuses on representing the skylines of the world's most iconic cities. The places we've lived in and visited become a part of us. Though memory can be fickle and ephemeral, art is a way to give permanence to those most important memories. Sometimes his skylines are relatively literal and straight forward- capturing important places that mean something to his customers or himself. Other times they're more abstract to represent the way we experience a place differently depending on our state of mind.
Take 4 – 11th to 17th March A new art exhibition by four local artists Brian Coetzee, Tobias Ford, Ben Baglio and Henri Velliers working in different mediums paintings, digital silks, steel sculptures, ceramics and silk screen prints in order to express form and using the Suffolk Landscape as inspiration. An exhibition not to be missed.
Moira Frazer Steele and Jane Ford – 18th to 24th March Jane Ford’s textiles incorporate all types of ephemera ... beads, buttons and found materials which she incorporates into her innovative textile pictures.