Working directly from a digital tablet, she creates her works painting onto the digital canvas, building layer upon layer to create rich, deep emotive pieces of art. After a year break in 2013,C.J.Cairns has returned to exhibit in Braintree Museum and was awarded the 'MicroMech' prize for 'The Pool'.
The Art, Craft & Design Shows concentrate on providing all that is best in British art and design. The original Newmarket show has proved very popular with exhibitors and the public and we areexpanding what we do to provide new opportunities for exhibitors to reach the discerning public.
Cuckoo Farm Studios formed in 1992, in converted farm buildings on the northern outskirts of the historical town of Colchester. We support emerging talent through our Graduate Award Scheme, and wecontinue to develop artists through professional development.
If you enjoy really great food served in a relaxed atmosphere with fabulous coffee amongst some of the best original art on offer locally then we think the Artcafé is just the place for you. We'reopen 9am-5pm daily. We have a fantastic breakfast menu until 11am, lunch until 3pm after which our afternoon menu offers homemade cakes and sandwiches, cream teas and superb coffees.
Our integrated programme of work includes projects, exhibitions and publications by established and emerging artists, as well as extensive learning opportunities and artists' support initiatives. Overthe last fifteen years firstsite has gained a strong reputation by presenting ambitious work to new audiences in the East of England and beyond.
Placing the artist at its core, Art Exchange is a space where art, artists and audiences can meet. Our programme of exhibitions, talks and events creates a platform for ideas to be exchanged andconnections to be made. We show international, contemporary art by established and emerging artists, historic figures who continue to inspire, and group shows relevant to current debate. Our artist-in-residence programme allows us to commission new works that respond to the world around us.
Munnings (1878-1959) was an immensely successful, yet controversial, artist whose career spanned almost 70 years. He was not only a major figure in the great tradition of British equestrian art butalso celebrated for his depictions of scenes from English rural life.