A Feast for the Eye

Saturday 25 September to Sunday 3 October 2021
The exhibition opens at 10am each morning and closes at 5pm

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A highly colourful and uplifting exhibition of paintings by three prominent Ringstead based artists - David Lendrum, and Helga Joergens and Barbara King in the Ringstead village hall.

A Feast for the Eye From Saturday 25th September to Sunday 3rd October, three prominent Norfolk artists, David Lendrum, Helga Joergens, and Barbara King will be exhibiting their paintings at the Ringstead Village Hall, West Norfolk, PE36 5JU. Individual yet complimentary, united in their love of bold forms, colour and texture, these artists’ collective display promises to be an exhilarating feast for the eye. Throughout the exhibition all three artists will be at the hall to meet and greet visitors and each will have a ‘pop up’ studio space in which they will be creating new works. David Lendrum’s abstract paintings derive from nature. Recently, he has been inspired by the clouds, water, and sunsets which he sees on his daily walks near his home. He often uses diluted acrylic paint to stain colours directly into the canvas which has been stapled to the floor. This method allows him to work on a large scale and move the paint around freely with brushes and sponges, wet into wet. During the exhibition he shall be applying some of these methods on a smaller scale. The abstract pictures by Helga Joergens are created spontaneously and developed in the drawing or painting process. She begins by drawing lines, marks or colours to indicate a composition, and as soon as an idea evolves, she follows the direction in which it takes her. The titles express her feelings, thoughts and associations when she views her completed works. She will be drawing and painting during the exhibition. Barbara King’s latest works are a response to the natural flora in the nearby roadside verges and hedgerows. After time spent studying, photographing and sketching the changing forms and colours of these humble plants, the paintings have been created mostly in acrylic on canvas or paper. The fast-drying properties of the paint and the almost exclusive use of palette knives and other mark making objects enhance their textural, expressive and gestural qualities. The exhibition opens at 10am each morning and closes at 5pm Please be covid aware for the safety of all For further information please contact one of the artists at their website shown below. www.davidlendrum.co.uk www.helgajoergens.co.uk www.barbaraking.co.uk

Price: FREE

Location: Ringstead Village Hall, Hight Street, Norfolk, Ringstead

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