How the devil are you all? Yep, it’s another one of my seasonal e-newsletters for you to peruse at your leisure – this time with a promise of free booze, food and social networking/exhibition event…
PRIVATE VIEWING EVENT INVITE
FRIDAY 29th AUGUST 2014 ~ 6.00pm – 8.00pm
You are invited (plus guests) to the private viewing event of my latest series of fine art mixed-media photography – my first solo gallery exhibition in West Norfolk for five years – this time held at the stylish new Hamburg Gallery in the historic Hanse House complex on the beautiful South Quay riverside of King’s Lynn.
My new ‘FEMALES (in life & with death)’ series of framed prints are bold mood pieces that evoke feelings of sorrow, loss, mortality, madness, loneliness, sensuality – and even joy and surreal dark humour – with its doomed female characters.
There are absurdly rare prizes to give away to three lucky attendees at the event, with complimentary wine, food, music and more throughout the evening to make the experience very special indeed.
8 Hanse House
King’s Lynn PE30 5GN
My exhibition runs from;
Saturday 30th August – 26th September 2014
Manned; 10am – 4pm Tuesday – Sunday
The gallery is unmanned at other times, but with helpful Hanse House staff on-site.
For exhibition-themed competitions, news, event notices, short films & previews visit;
www.facebook.com/BarringtonArts and www.barringtonarts.com
** This exhibition contains nude life studies and adult themes that some people may find disturbing **
It’s been a few years since I’ve shown such a large amount of my work in East Angila and, with us all having ever-shorter memory spans these days, it feels like I’m starting from scratch in this area again – so if you can come along to the Private Viewing and support the event in any way it’d be music to my ears – and the drinks are on me!
Out-of-the-Box Curators Joa Manninen and Phil Barrington are pleased to present “Shattered,” a solo exhibition of works by contemporary fine artist, Maria Papadatou. with her bold and stunningly powerful artworks the award-winning fine artist, who was born and raised in Greece, is strongly inspired by her current experiences in her homeland (against a backdrop of catastrophic economic collapse) – perfectly mirroring our own modern struggles here in the UK.
Come along on the 22nd to take an in-depth look at this mixed media show, meet the artist and enjoy a glass of wine and food.
Location: 43 St. James Street, King’s Lynn, Norfolk PE30 5BZ
Directly opposite Greyfriars Tower
Parking: on-street parking on St James Street outside gallery (maximum 30 mins Mon-Sat). St James multi-storey car park (signposted from London Road) is located to the rear of the gallery. Boal Quay long-stay car park is approximately 5 minutes walk.