Preparations continue for my Vibrant Colour exhibition at the Ingleby Gallery. Above you can see ‘Off to Market’, a watercolour painting on paper.
I posted some brief information back in August, but as a reminder in case you missed it: the gallery is in Ingleby, Nr Melbourne, Derbyshire, DE73 7HW. The exhibition opens on Sunday 20th November and runs until Sunday 4th December.
Ingleby Gallery sits in the Trent Valley surrounded by open pastures extending to the river with ponds and ducks, a very rural setting with plenty of parking for visitors. Ingleby is a small hamlet with some of the cottages dating back to the 16th century.
The brick building housing the gallery was originally a shire horse stable, part of one of the working farms on Sir Francis Burdett’s Foremarke Estate. Built in the 18th century it has many of its original features, including hayrack and harness pegs.
Opening hours are Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 10.00 am to 4.00 pm. Saturdays and Sundays from 12.00 noon to 5.00 pm. Do call in if you’re in the area!
Forthcoming event… I have an exhibition of new work ‘Vibrant Colour’ at the Ingleby Gallery, Ingleby, Nr Melbourne, Derbyshire, DE73 7HW, from Sunday 20th November to Sunday 4th December.
The opening hours are Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 10.00 am to 4.00 pm. Weekends from 12.00 noon to 5.00 pm. All welcome!
Another painting which will be on sale at my next exhibition at the Ingleby Gallery, Derbyshire. ‘Evening Water’ is mixed media on paper. (See also Venice: The Grand Canal.)
The exhibition runs from 14 to 27 November, with a preview on Wednesday 13 November from 4.30 to 7.00 pm. Address: Ingleby Gallery, Nr Melbourne, Derbyshire, DE73 7HW.
This is the first of a series of paintings for an autumn exhibition at The Ingleby Gallery, 14 to 27 November 2013. Grand Canal, Venice, acrylic on 300lb paper.
I have an exhibition coming up shortly in a beautiful, picturesque gallery in Ingleby, near Melbourne, Derbyshire. The 18th century brick building housing the gallery was originally a shire horse stable, part of one of the working farms on Sir Francis Burdett’s Foremarke Estate. It retains many of its original features, hayrack and harness pegs. Ingleby itself is a small hamlet with some of the cottages dating back to the 16th century.
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The preview is on 4 December, from noon to 4.00 p.m. and the exhibition runs until 18 December. The gallery owner is Gill Watson, tel: 0133 286 5995. Website www.ingleby-gallery.co.uk.
I’ve had a busy few weeks since returning from the U.S.A., with commissioned work and preparation for exhibitions. Coming up next – 1st to 15th November – is my show at Ingelby Gallery. Here’s your invitation!
Invitation for Ingleby Gallery Exhibition 2009