I am exhibiting three paintings at the Institute of East Anglian Artists exhibition held at Mandell's Gallery in Norwich. The exhibition will run until the 23rd August and is worth a visit if you are in the area. Other exhibitors include Alwyn Crawshaw, Brian Ryder and Andrew King along with many other great painters who are members of the IEA. Click this link for further details - IEA at Mandell's
|Evening Landscape, oil on board, 30cm x 82cm|
|Dedham Church, oil on board, 21cm x 40cm|
|Towards Woolverstone, oil on board, 21cm x 30cm|
The Institute of East Anglian Artists (IEA) represents established artists of the area as well as those who are up and coming. Our members consistently demonstrate artistic excellence and achievement and are so awarded a place within the Institute.
East Anglia has provided a home for many generations of artists of both national and international renown. John Constable and John Sell Cotman were perhaps the most famous and in more recent times Edward Seago and Alfred Munnings. So it is surprising that until now the fine artists of East Anglia have not been represented by a dedicated society. The formation of the Institute of East Anglian Artists is remedying that omission by providing a focus for artistic excellence for those residing in the area. The main aim of the Institute is to raise the profile, inspire and encourage the teaching of arts in the region.
The Institute regularly organises exhibitions for its a full and associate members as well as open exhibitions for those artists in East Anglia looking to be represented by the IEA. Our member artists also represent the IEA as tutors to the public, offering masterclasses in various mediums and styles.
Under the patronage initially of Norman Lamb MP and the leadership of Brian Ryder and his team, the Institute of East Anglian Artists is aiming to become one of the nation’s most distinctively recognised societies promoting interest in, and the development of the arts.