• FLAT EARTH

    FLAT EARTH

    17 February - 5 March

    Out first show of 2016 celebrates the undiscovered landscape of the fens.

    Keep a day free

    Wednesday – Saturday, 11 -4pm

    or call 01223 295264 to arrange a visit.

    Ingrams paints the fertile black earth in vivid colours. Straight lines draw your eye across the wild landscape collecting details of dykes, chicken sheds, dying crops to create paintings of great beauty.

    Fred Ingrams                             

    Freshly Cut Ditch, Corkway Drove, Feltwell, Norfolk. November 2015

    acrylic on board

    123x123cms

  • FLAT EARTH

    FLAT EARTH

    17 February - 5 March

    Out first show of 2016 celebrates the undiscovered landscape of the fens.

    Keep a day free

    Wednesday – Saturday, 11 -4pm

    or call 01223 295264 to arrange a visit.

    Ingrams paints the fertile black earth in vivid colours. Straight lines draw your eye across the wild landscape collecting details of dykes, chicken sheds, dying crops to create paintings of great beauty.

    Fred Ingrams

    Winter Ditch, Corkway Drove, Feltwell. November 2015

    acrylic on board

    61x61cms

  • FLAT EARTH

    FLAT EARTH

    17 February - 5 March

    Out first show of 2016 celebrates the undiscovered landscape of the fens.

    Keep a day free

    Wednesday – Saturday, 11 -4pm

    or call 01223 295264 to arrange a visit.

    Ingrams paints the fertile black earth in vivid colours. Straight lines draw your eye across the wild landscape collecting details of dykes, chicken sheds, dying crops to create paintings of great beauty.

    Fred Ingrams

    Burnt Chimney Drove, Looking Back to Hundred Foot Drain

    acrylic on board

    123x123cms

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Blog | Henrietta Dubrey | ‘Suitcase Paintings’

oil on canvas
25x15 cm
£695.00

When Lynne visited me in Cornwall just after Christmas, I was delighted when she spotted a series of small canvases on my studio window sill. The art dealer Larry Aldrich (1906 to 2001) might have deemed them "suitcase paintings" i.e. those that could fit in his suitcase. This was indeed the title of an exhibition held in Chicago in October 2008 of small-scale Abstract Expressionism.........

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